[PlanetCCRMA] problems with configuration of the alsa drivers

Francois Dechelle Francois.Dechelle@ircam.fr
Wed Apr 2 04:54:01 2003


It looks like a mismatch between the kernel architecture and the alsa
driver architecture.

Could you send us:
 - the type of processor you have ('cat /proc/cpuinfo')
 - the architecture of the packages that are installed for the kernel
and the alsa driver

You can get these by the following commands:
rpm -q --queryformat="%{ARCH}\n" <<kernel rpm name>>
rpm -q --queryformat="%{ARCH}\n" <<alsa-driver rpm name>>
as in for instance:
rpm -q --queryformat="%{ARCH}\n" kernel-2.4.20-4.ll.acpi
rpm -q --queryformat="%{ARCH}\n" alsa-driver-0.9.2-4.cvs


On Wed, 2003-04-02 at 11:38, Israel Nelken wrote:
> Hi,
> 	I have redhat 8.0, and I try to install the alsa drivers. Following the 
> instructions, I installed the planetccrma-core packages, and rebooting 
> with the new kernel went without problems. I also did a dist-upgrade, 
> the only slight problem was that I upgraded to KDE 3.1 recently, and 
> synaptic marked those rpms for removal (which I changed manually).
> 	The script alsaconf found my sound card (driver emu10k1) and generated 
> a seemingly correct /etc/modules.conf (see below). However, when I try 
> to run depmod, or /etc/init.d/alsasound, I get errors about unresolved 
> symbols.
> 	Any ideas about what goes wrong?
> 	Eli
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