In the README.md I note:
When using jacktrip with the JACK Audio Connection Kit (or Pipewire), ensure that your user account has permission to schedule realtime processes.
ulimit -rshould return a value greater than 40.
When I check, I see:
$ ulimit -r 0
The Bash manual suggests
ulimit -r 41 but:
$ ulimit -r 41 bash: ulimit: real-time priority: cannot modify limit: Operation not permitted $ sudo ulimit -r 41 sudo: ulimit: command not found
Eventually, with a bit of poking around I found I could do something like:
sudo echo "username hard rtprio 41" >> /etc/security/limits.conf
But I’m not sure how dangerous that might be. Any caveats?