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I find that out of the box /dev/snd/seq does not get the acl updated to include the user currently logged in. That is happening for the pcm files in /dev/snd. The end result is that Qjackctl complains (as it did in Fedora 11!) that it can't use the ALSA sequencer interface.
Which Fedora component should I file a bug against? (udev?)I also noticed that jack is starting by default in verbose mode and there seems to be no way to silence its output to the default (--silence has no effect). There is a thread about this (without a resolution) in LAU. Any clues on what might be happening?
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