ferryanyone can help me?  why my ubuntu studio sometimes have no sounds? need restart to make sound back?03:47
holsteinferry: so, you have sound? or you dont? or you only get it when you restart? sounds like jack is likely trying to be started, likely by clicking something, like ardour, in the menu, that starts it.. then, you have no sound til reboot due to misconfiguration03:48
ferryyes, i have sound...but when i operate some afflication i get no sound?03:54
holsteinferry: when you start *most* applications in ubuntustudio,they require jack, so, they start jack03:55
holsteinferry: when you have no sound, see that you are not using jack in the background, and kill it, or stop it03:56
holsteinor, learn to configure jack.. or, if you are not using jack, then, i suggest just using xubuntu03:56
holsteinyou can add whatever you want from the ubuntustudio packages into desktop xubuntu, and not experience this "breakage", if this is the issue03:56
ferryhowto kill jack?03:56
holsteinferry: you have to *first* see that jack is indeed running.. have you?03:57
holsteinferry: what would i do? in a terminal, "ps aux | grep jack".. then, i would see if its running, and know the pid to kill it03:57
ferryholstein : thnx ....let me try03:59
ferryferry     7132  0.0  0.0   4688  2080 pts/0    S+   10:59   0:00 grep --color=auto jack04:00
holsteinright, so, its not running, then,04:00
holsteinand, you have sound, correct?04:00
holsteinso, you'll have to wait til you have the issue04:00
ferryholstein :  God bless U...04:02
holsteintry and notice what you do that makes the sound stop working04:02
ferrywhen the sound stop working the notice ferry     7242  2.0  2.2 110628 94460 ?        SLsl 11:04   0:00 /usr/bin/jackdbus auto04:05
ferryferry     7263  4.0  2.9 185592 123988 ?       SLl  11:04   0:00 /usr/bin/qjackctl04:05
ferryferry     7281  0.0  0.0   4688  2080 pts/0    S+   11:04   0:00 grep --color=auto jack04:05
holsteinso, you are clicking something in the menu that starts jack04:05
holsteinnothing is broken04:05
holsteinthis is normal.. you have not configure jack04:06
holsteinif you are not intending to use jack, i would just install xubuntu04:06
holsteinxubuntu is xfce as well as ubuntustudio, but, its geared more for desktop use. you will not need to configure jack, and xubuntu doesnt have jack04:06
holsteinif you want to use ubuntustudio's audio applications, you'll need to configure jack with your audio device.. this can be either quite simple, and "just work", or, can require some tweaking..04:07
ubottuFor information on professional audio tools in Ubuntu, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudio/ProAudioIntro04:07
holsteinyou'll want to get jack running, stable, *before* clicking on audio applications in the menu..04:07
ferrybut i love ubuntu studio :-)04:08
holsteinsure. but, why?04:08
holsteinxfce? xubuntu has xfce..04:08
holsteinubuntustudio has jack. its integral. you'll want to learn to configure it, and have it running before using any of the audio applications..04:09
holsteinubuntustudio basically takes xubuntu, and tweaks it, making it not quite as friendly for a normal desktop user, as well as, handy for audio production04:11
holsteinif you are doing audio production, thats great! and ubuntustuduio is a great tool.. but, if you are not, you'll likely find xubuntu much more comfortable04:11
holsteinotherwise, the link i gave should talk you through configuring jack04:12
holsteinalso, if its dead quiet in here, you can use #opensourcemusicians04:12
ferryholstein :  thnx04:13
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