[PlanetCCRMA] HDSP 9652 patch - Failed Dependencies

Mark Knecht markknecht@attbi.com
Sun Dec 8 17:02:01 2002

   The 4 support rpm's installed fine, but the two drivers fail for

[root@Godzilla TEMP_ALSA]# rpm -Uvh alsa-driver-0.9.0-42.i386.rpm
error: failed dependencies:
        alsa-driver-modules-0.9.0-42 is needed by alsa-driver-0.9.0-42
[root@Godzilla TEMP_ALSA]# rpm -Uvh
error: failed dependencies:
        alsa-driver-modules-0.9.0-36 is needed by alsa-driver-0.9.0-36
[root@Godzilla TEMP_ALSA]#

   It sort of looks like the drivers didn't get their numbers revved? 

   Let me know if you can fix it. Since you might have to redo the
driver anyway, maybe we can slip that patch in? ;-)


On Sun, 2002-12-08 at 16:38, Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> >    Paul Davis was kind enough to point me to the Alsa-Devel archives
> > where I found this information. Apparently the (rev 64) part I'm seeing
> > in alsaconf is what needs to be patched into the hdsp driver.
> > 
> >    I'm willing to try and do this, but I've never patched driver code,
> > much less much of anything else. (!! time to learn I suppose!!)
> > 
> >    I'm wondering if I could just build the hdsp driver _only_ and then
> > copy it to the right location by hand, until you can get this into an
> > alsa update for testing. I don't want to break my rpm dependencies...
> > 
> >    Any comments on how to best proceed warmly welcomed. This looks like
> > the answer to me.
> Hi Mark, I have stored a newer alsa version temporarily in the
> planetedge sector of the Planet CCRMA web site. It is today's cvs and
> did not have that little patch applied (I added it before compiling).
> Obviously not tested except to say it loaded on one computer :-)
> This is not yet in the apt repository. So go to:
> http://www-ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/mirror/redhat/linux/planetedge/7.x/en/os/
> in the i386 directory download the alsa-driver alsa-lib alsa-utils and
> alsa-tools rpms version number "42". In the i686 directory download the
> alsa-driver-2.4.19-1.ll version "42". 
> "rpm -Uvh" them and restart the driver (/etc/rc.d/init.d/alsasound
> restart). 
> Who knows, it may work :-)
> -- Fernando
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