Bug#426186: When launched from the menu, freqtweak silently fails
When freqtweak is launched from the menu, it silently fails (although
an error message is stored in ~/.xsession-errors). Launching from the
command line results in the error message "No good client name or JACK
server not running?". This error only happens if a JACK daemon is not
When this error occurs, freqtweak should provide graphical feedback to the user.
To work around this, jackd must be started, either from a command line
or with qjackctl, prior to starting freqtweak.