Jack in GNURadio? (Source)

So here’s an interesting one. I need to pipe some samples from a JACK
application to my graph. Using ALSA won’t work (even with pcm.jack), and
I
cannot install Pulseaudio in Arch for whatever reason. That was the
previous solution, but now it must be JACK.

Googling brings up old threads and not much useful imformation other
than
“Too bad, so sad”. Anyone get JACK working, or know how to get it
working?

Thanks.

On Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 4:50 PM, Jordan J. [email protected]
wrote:

So here’s an interesting one. I need to pipe some samples from a JACK
application to my graph. Using ALSA won’t work (even with pcm.jack), and I
cannot install Pulseaudio in Arch for whatever reason. That was the previous
solution, but now it must be JACK.

Googling brings up old threads and not much useful imformation other than
“Too bad, so sad”. Anyone get JACK working, or know how to get it working?

Thanks.

Jordan,

We actually got a patch recently that was merged within the past few
weeks that updates the jack interface for gr-audio. I’ve used it on my
development box at home with good success. To use it, the easiest way
is to just edit (or make) the file ~/.gnuradio/config.conf and add the
lines:

[audio]
audio_module = jack

Let me know if this works for you.

Tom

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