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Re: wine apps kills jack stream



Hi,

What version of Jack are you using and which distribution?
What version of WINE are you using and which distribution?
What version of wineasio are you using and how was it built?

(Note that wineasio isn't part of WINE or JACK... so support is handled
separately.)

>     err:asio:Init Unable to register JACK process callback

Maybe your JACK won't talk to 32bit apps but that's just a guess.  More
details, please.

Thanks,

-- Peter

On 04/05/2012 11:29, Splashman wrote:
> In winecfg is alsadrv selected but i cant see any asio audio device in a asio compatible aplication and no ports in jack too
> if i do:
> env WINEDEBUG=+asio wine '/home/xxx/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/FXpansion/Geist/Geist.exe'
> 
> Code:
>     p11-kit: couldn't load module: /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/pkcs11/gnome-keyring-pkcs11.so: /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/pkcs11/gnome-keyring-pkcs11.so: no se puede abrir el archivo del objeto compartido: No existe el archivo o el directorio
>     C:\users\xxx\Application Data\FXpansion
>     C:\users\xxx\Application Data\FXpansion\Geist
>     ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     [ SynthInfo::InitializeSynthCustom - START ]
>      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>      [ Start - START ]
>      [ Start - END ] 0.0439
>     [ SynthInfo::InitializeSynthCustom - END ] 0.0442
>     VRegistry::ReadStringForKeyAbsolute: Registry read error, key not found.
>     No such file or directory
>     No such file or directory
>     ASIO names[0]:WineASIO Driver
>     trace:asio:DllMain hInstDLL: 0x7c990000, fdwReason: 1 lpvReserved: (nil))
>     trace:asio:DllGetClassObject rclsid: {48d0c522-bfcc-45cc-8b84-17f25f33e6e8}, riid: {00000001-0000-0000-c000-000000000046}, ppv: 0x32e2b8)
>     trace:asio:CF_AddRef iface: 0x7c9a2588, ref has been set to 2
>     trace:asio:CF_CreateInstance iface: 0x7c9a2588, pOuter: (nil), riid: {48d0c522-bfcc-45cc-8b84-17f25f33e6e8}, ppobj: 0x10c0249c)
>     trace:asio:CF_CreateInstance Creating the WineASIO object
>     trace:asio:WineASIOCreateInstance riid: {48d0c522-bfcc-45cc-8b84-17f25f33e6e8}, ppobj: 0x10c0249c
>     trace:asio:WineASIOCreateInstance pobj = 0x156778
>     trace:asio:WineASIOCreateInstance return 0x156778
>     trace:asio:CF_Release iface 0x7c9a2588, ref has been set to 1
>     trace:asio:Init iface: 0x156778, sysRef: 0x10036
>     Cannot lock down 68157440 byte memory area (No se pudo asignar memoria)
>     Cannot lock down 4196401152 byte memory area (No se pudo asignar memoria)
>     Cannot lock down 25165824 byte memory area (No se pudo asignar memoria)
>     trace:asio:Init JACK client opened as: ''
>     trace:asio:Init 32 IOChannel structures allocated
>     trace:asio:Init 32 IOChannel structures initialized
>     You cannot set callbacks on an active client
>     Cannot unlock down 68157440 byte memory area (No se pudo asignar memoria)
>     Cannot unlock down 4196401152 byte memory area (No se pudo asignar memoria)
>     err:asio:Init Unable to register JACK process callback
>     trace:asio:GetErrorMessage iface: 0x156778, string: 0x32e418)
>     trace:asio:DllMain hInstDLL: 0x7c990000, fdwReason: 2 lpvReserved: (nil))
>     trace:asio:DllMain hInstDLL: 0x7c990000, fdwReason: 2 lpvReserved: (nil))
>     trace:asio:DllMain hInstDLL: 0x7c990000, fdwReason: 2 lpvReserved: (nil))
>     Pa_StartStream: waveInStart returned = 0x0.
>     trace:asio:DllMain hInstDLL: 0x7c990000, fdwReason: 2 lpvReserved: (nil))
>     trace:asio:DllMain hInstDLL: 0x7c990000, fdwReason: 2 lpvReserved: (nil))
>     trace:asio:DllMain hInstDLL: 0x7c990000, fdwReason: 2 lpvReserved: (nil))
>     ALSA lib pcm.c:7339:(snd_pcm_recover) underrun occurred
>     ALSA lib pcm.c:7339:(snd_pcm_recover) underrun occurred
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