Missing or broken 32-bit libjack.so.0 library

As of version 11.0, CrossOver no longer uses this library. This article left in place for reference only.


Wine needs this library in order to let Windows applications play sounds using a Jack sound server. Wherever possible we recommend using PulseAudio instead.


CrossOver no longer uses this library (and cxdiag won't check for it) as of 11.0.

To install this library, run one of the following commands as root, or look for the corresponding package names in your favorite package manager:

    32-bit Debian or Ubuntu : apt-get install libjack0
    64-bit Debian or Ubuntu : apt-get install libjack0:i386
    32/64-bit Fedora : dnf install jack-audio-connection-kit.i686
    32/64-bit Mandriva : urpmi libjack0
    32-bit SUSE : zypper install libjack
    64-bit SUSE : zypper install libjack0-32bit
    32-bit Arch : pacman -Syu jack2
    64-bit Arch : pacman -Syu lib32-jack2

On Fedora, Mandriva and SUSE, it may be necessary to create a libjack-0.100.0.so.0 symbolic link pointing to the actual Jack library. For instance (adjusting the paths as appropriate):
ln -s /usr/lib/libjack.so.0 cxoffice/lib/libjack-0.100.0.so.0
Last modified on 2020-10-13 20:34:14 by François Gouget
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