I re-installed Ardour
linux-wkp9:/ # ‘/home/hase/Linux/Ardour/Ardour software/Ardour-5.12.0-x86_64.run’
Verifying archive integrity… All good.
Uncompressing Ardour 100%
Welcome to the Ardour installer
Ardour will be installed for user hase in /opt
Architecture is x86_64
Checking for required disk space
Bundle is on btrfs filesystem
Unpacking bundle for x86_64-gcc5
Checking system libs to see if they are compatible with Ardour.
Installing Ardour 5.12.0 in /opt
Adding Ardour to the applications menu
Creating a desktop link for Ardour in /home/hase/Desktop
Copying uninstall script to /opt
Creating link Ardour5 in /usr/local/bin
Checking to see if Jack is installed
Jack already present
Jack Version Check OK (jackdmp version 1.9.12 tmpdir /dev/shm protocol 8)
System failed the quick sanity check… Looking for the cause
System does not allow realtime for the current user… Looking for a solution
!!! WARNING !!! - Your system seems to use frequency scaling.
This can have a serious impact on audio latency.
For best results turn it off, e.g. by choosing the ‘performance’ governor.
Press ENTER to continue:^CSignal caught, cleaning up
Can’t create a session with jack at all
Can create a corrupt session with Alsa (no signal routing possible . no recording possible)
It looks like there is a corrupt file in the system which has not been deleted during uninstall and imports corrupt data into the new install.
I noted that the realtime issue has not been solved … will look into it.
Any idea … thanks