Niiice ,It works now. I installed cadence, and routed some things with catia.
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Running PulseAudio on top of JACK
If you intend to use consumer applications like Flash or media players in your JACK setup, one possible solution is to use PulseAudio as an intermediate layer for all these non-JACKified programs. Basically, it boils down to the following:
Redirect all ALSA output to PulseAudio
Redirect PulseAudio to JACK
A: with JACK2 and jackdbus
remove QJackQtl if you use that and install Cadence from the KXStudio repositories. From within Cadence you can enable the ALSA and PulseAudio bridges with the GUI. Done.
B: with JACK1
Warning 1: If you follow this setup there is no control with QJackCtl. Any settings there will have no effect. You will have to make changes to the configuration with jack_control. jack_control has no man page, try jack_control --help.
Warning 2: After the computer's wake from suspend you will have to restart PulseAudio and possibly the application using it. (If it is a browser plugin using the audio (flash), reloading the page should suffice. If it is html5 audio you will have to restart the browser) However, be aware that doing so might freeze programs connecting to Jack directly.
Thank you very much for your help
I wanted to give you a rep+ on this forum, but it seems not to have such funcionality.
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