Alsa - drives me mad...

Mark Ellis mark.uzumati at virgin.net
Wed Aug 21 14:28:20 PDT 2002


On 2002.08.21 21:26 Horacio Ferrero wrote:
> On Wed, 2002-08-21 at 17:42, Mark Ellis wrote:
>     On 2002.08.21 13:19 Simone Tuzzato wrote:
>     > > More help in the right direction will be fully appreciated.
>     >
>     > Unresolved simbol !!!!!!!
> 
>     That's definitely the problem. I wouldn't bother upgrading the
>     kernel version unless you want to, weren't there some strange
>     goings on with 2.4.19 ?
> 
>     You will however need to rebuild kernel and modules, do it from
>     a freshly unpacked tarball. Before you build the kernel, upgrade
>     to the newest version of modutils if you aren't on it already.
>     There is no point trying alsa until you get rid of the
>     unresolved symbol message for the other modules.
> 
>     I'm unsure about this line in the output of depmod:-
> 
>     root:/home/horacio# depmod -a
>     ... failed: Too many levels of symbolic links
> 
>     Looks plain wierd to me, are there any symlinks in your modules
>     dir ?
> 
>     I still have no idea why this happens, anyone else care to throw
>     some light ?
> 
>     Mark
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> I'll re-compile the kernel once more I don't know if I have to include
> 
> in the kernel the support of my ens1371 sound card or keep it in
> modules!
> 	I'll go back when the compile is over to tell you if the
> problem
> disappear
> --

Don't enable anything to do with sound in the kernel except general
sound support, cant remember the name but its the first entry in the
sound section. Make it a module, and leave everything else in that
section off.

Mark
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