[PlanetCCRMA] Building Alsa RPMs...

Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Fri Jan 24 16:31:01 2003

> > Awh, the "obvious" things. You should change the version number of the
> > rpms you are building so that they do not conflict with the ones that
> > are already installed. You do that by changing the "release" tag in each
> > spec file (to, for example, "44.1") and then rebuilding / reinstalling.
> > Each time you want to build a "new" version up the release number. 
> > 
> > OR: you could rpm -e --nodeps all the relevant packages and reinstall,
> > but on the first try I would modify the version number so that it does
> > not have the same number as the planet ccrma rpms. 
> > 
> OK, that helps, I think. 
> Then, if I want to remove the ones I made, I can rpm -e --nodeps that
> set and reinstall yours from the Planet to get back to where I am,
> correct?

Yes, that is correct, you should remove alsa-driver-2.4.19-1.ll,
alsa-driver, alsa-lib, alsa-utils and alsa-tools. 

-- Fernando