Pix Retro wrote:running the jackd command with the correct hw:
I one post your Behringer audio card is hw:2 and then you start jackd for hw:1 (or 0, I forgot). I'm still not sure you're starting jack for the correct audio device. Are you using a laptop or a Raspberry Pi? Those two "lose" the connection with jack in my experience. Are you using the USB audio device via a USB hub (which is discouraged)?
Post the output on the command line (w/ copy - paste, right mouse button etc) from the command with which you start Jack. I know the proper message Jack should give. Example:
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$ jackd -d alsa --device hw:1
Copyright 2001-2005 Paul Davis and others.
Copyright 2004-2016 Grame.
Copyright 2016-2018 Filipe Coelho.
jackdmp comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
under certain conditions; see the file COPYING for details
JACK server starting in realtime mode with priority 10
self-connect-mode is "Don't restrict self connect requests"
Acquire audio card Audio1
creating alsa driver ... hw:1|hw:1|1024|2|48000|0|0|nomon|swmeter|-|32bit
configuring for 48000Hz, period = 1024 frames (21.3 ms), buffer = 2 periods
ALSA: final selected sample format for capture: 32bit integer little-endian
ALSA: use 2 periods for capture
ALSA: final selected sample format for playback: 32bit integer little-endian
ALSA: use 2 periods for playback
The output of jackd should look like that on your machine too. Good luck.