Re: [non-daw] NSM, multiple instances of identical binary with nsm-proxy?

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On Tue, Dec 25, 2012 at 4:52 PM, Jonathan E. Brickman <jeb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Following the trail :-)  Does NSM have ability to handle multiple instances of (say) /usr/local/bin/yoshimi using nsm-proxy?

J.E.B.


Yes. You can just add multiple instances of nsm-proxy to a session and configure each to use yoshimi (or whatever) (although yoshimi is a bad example because there is an NSM patch for it and zynaddsubfx supports NSM in the mainline). However, this works most reliably when the program in question accepts a command line argument to set the JACK client name it uses, so that $NSM_CLIENT_ID can be used and therefore give it a unique and repeatable name for connection restoration.


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