[PlanetCCRMA] acpi kernel reboot errors

Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Sun Sep 8 20:44:01 2002

> Thanks again.  Unfortunately, I installed pd, so I will have to go with 
> the --nodeps route.  Will/how will this effect the apt-get update tracking 
> process?

If you try without --nodeps rpm will complain because pd needs the alsa
drivers. So use --nodeps. If, after that, but before installing the other
kernel you try, for example, an "apt-get check" it will tell you that
there are packages with unmet dependencies (or so I hope :-) If you use
the -f flag while installing the new kernel everything should be fine
(that tells apt-get that you are "fixing" the whole thing).  After the new
kernel is in place all dependencies will again be fine because the install
will include the alsa drivers as well.

-- Fernando