[PlanetCCRMA] alsa-lib 1.04 FC1

Janina Sajka janina@rednote.net
Sat May 29 07:20:03 2004

When I see this message, it usually means I have a different alsa-lib already installed, and also an alsa-lib-devel which requires the alsa-lib that's already installed.

If you're doing this by hand with the rpm command, you should get alsa-lib and alsa-lib-devel as a matched pair and install both at the same time using the upgrade command something like this:

rpm -U alsa-lib-[version].rpm alsa-lib-devel-[version].rpm

PS: If you don't know about it yet, may I suggest using the TAB key instead of typing [version]? Saves a lot of typos and bad commands.

Matthew Polashek writes:
> When I try to install this RPM the RPM manager says that alsa-lib is 
> required by alsa-lib-devel...  Is there a correct version of alsa-lib 
> 1.04 out there somewhere on the CCRMA site??
> -- 
> Matthew Polashek
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