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tool:software:arch_linux [2019/04/22 08:04]
rjt [Audio] (in progress)
tool:software:arch_linux [2019/04/24 04:54] (current)
rjt [Audio] Added new first step to use realtimeconfigquickscan script
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 ===== Audio ===== ===== Audio =====
-Audio on Linux should mostly just work, but if you're interested in music making it takes a bit of messing round setting up a thing called JACK. Once that's done using hardware and making connections between different programs and hardware bits is kinda intuitive if you're familiar with synth patches.+Audio on Linux should mostly just work, but if you're interested in music making it takes a bit of messing round setting up a thing (an audio server, like X is a display server) ​called JACK. Once that's done using hardware and making connections between different programs and hardware bits is kinda intuitive if you're familiar with synth patches.
  
-  - First task is to setup //​realtime//​ stuff. You can get more advanced with this by doing things like using a low latency ​kernal, but for me that's not needed. Just install [[arch>​community/​any/​realtime-privileges]] to allow realtime access via PAM is enough.+  ​- A good first step is to run this script which'​ll identify what is and isn't already setup right: 
 +    * [[git>​raboof/​realtimeconfigquickscan]] 
 +    * [[aur>​realtimeconfigquickscan-git]] 
 +  ​- First task is to setup //​realtime//​ stuff. You can get more advanced with this by doing things like using a low latency ​kernel, but for me that's not needed. Just install [[arch>​community/​any/​realtime-privileges]] to allow realtime access via PAM is enough.
   - The make sure your user is in the ''​realtime''​ group. ''​$ groups''​ will list them for your current user.   - The make sure your user is in the ''​realtime''​ group. ''​$ groups''​ will list them for your current user.
     - If you're not add yourself with ''#​ usermod -a -G realtime [username]''​     - If you're not add yourself with ''#​ usermod -a -G realtime [username]''​
tool/software/arch_linux.txt · Last modified: 2019/04/24 04:54 by rjt