I am trying to run jackd instance from /etc/rc.local (along with a few other applications) from a custom made init script.
The system is ubuntustudio and I have setup everything to have elevated permissions when executing applications from the @audio group.
so when I am logged on, I see this:
nass@starkill:~$ ulimit -r -l real-time priority (-r) 95 max locked memory (kbytes, -l) unlimited
which is expected and I can execute the script I wrote.
but, when I execute my script from /etc/rc.local as
su - nass -c "ulimits -r -l cd audio_setup/scripts ; bash ./start_audio"
then my user does not (yet?) have elevated permissions.
real-time priority (-r) 0 max locked memory (kbytes, -l) 64
is there a script I can run before my start_audio script to elevate my permissions?