[PlanetCCRMA] Reinstalling... Was: FC2, Audigy2ZS, and Keystation Pro 88

Fernando Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Thu Dec 16 16:49:01 2004

On Thu, 2004-12-16 at 10:52, Dave O'Toole wrote:
> Somewhere in the middle of messing with my kernel, drivers, window
> managers, and sources.list, I managed to make a hash of the system. No
> sound works at all :-)
> So, I'm going to back up my files and reinstall FC2 / and planetccrma
> from scratch---this time with a smarter partitioning setup)
> Since I'll be building the system from scratch again, I'd like to keep
> a detailed log on my website along with specs so that others can
> duplicate the setup if they like. 
> Anyway, I have a couple questions:
> 1. After adding "planetedge" and to sources.list, there seemed to be 3
>    different kernels and 2 different versions of ALSA installed. Sould
>    "planetedge" completely replace "planetcore" in the list, or should
>    both be included? Either way, the later kernels in planetedge
>    solved my MIDI problems, so that's definitely where I want to go.

They can both be included (planetedge and planetcore). Some of the
planetedge kernels don't have additional kernel-module-alsa packages, I
think, in those cases you will use the alsa drivers that are part of the

> 2. Is this list the appropriate place to report bugs when using
>    planetedge? 

Yes, but resolution depends on what kind of bug. If it is something
internal to the kernel then I can probably do nothing about it (save for
keep rebuilding kernels :-)

-- Fernando