[PlanetCCRMA] Forcing dependencies with non-RPMed ALSA install

Stu Yarrow stu@outpost.org.uk
Wed Dec 4 12:14:01 2002

On 4/12/02 18:46, "Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano" <nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU>

> This is what you need to do to get a new set of more up to date alsa
> drivers, library and utilities (using rpms). Do you have the kernel in
> an rpm as well? If you don't then you will need to tweak the
> dependencies in the alsa-driver spec file.

Worked perfectly; thanks very much!  A much better solution than I was
looking for...