Alsa - drives me mad...
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 ?
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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
> I'll go back when the compile is over to tell you if the
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
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