Re: g t k client to control the jack audio server?

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On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 04:10:24PM -0400, Paul Davis wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 3:51 PM, trahern culver
> <sound.warrior20@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> > hey all i'm looking for a g t k client to control the jacck audio server
> > some thing that does the same job as qjackctl but that is written in g t k
> > does any one know of a client matching the above requirements question
> >
> does not exist.
> if it did, its name would be "gack".

Seriously, though, as Julien explained on the orca list, you're best bet
would be to use simple commands at the terminal, such as jack_connect
and jack_lsp (see jack_lsp -h for help) or use something like cliJACK
(formerly It might require some reading and be somewhat
clumsy at first, but it does at least provide full control. Note also,
that many audio applications will handle JACK connections automatically
for you except in special cases, so that you may not need to do things
by hand all that often.

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