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Dryfter 05-17-2005 05:47 PM

Could not start JACK. Sorry.
Soundcard: M-audio Audiophile 24/96

Trying to get it to run sound in Rosegarden and "eventually" run VST plugins in Rosegarden. I cant get JACK to work though. Any suggestions?

Simon Bridge 05-17-2005 06:50 PM

So you went to the manufacturer's driver page <> and discovered that:


M-Audio uses a 3rd Party Vendor for Unix support. 4Front Technologies
develops and supports UNIX drivers for the Revolution and Delta Series of Products. The software is available for free evaluation and non-profit use but 4Front charges a fee for technical support and commercial use. They can be found at the following web address:
So you went to 4Front, got the driver - note that it is an OSS driver - you installed the driver... and then what?

(It is difficult to come up with suggestions when you give us so little to go on...)

Modanung 11-28-2015 05:58 PM

When JACK has trouble starting, Ardour always works perfect as a jump starter for me. Just install Ardour and create a new project. After that you can tell JACK to start - which will react as if it was already running - and use it as you would otherwise. You can safely close Ardour now.

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