[PlanetCCRMA] FC2 "experimental" kernel install dependency error

Matthew Allen Matthew Allen <mtallen@gmail.com>
Thu Nov 4 08:07:02 2004

ahh ok, Thanks rick for your info also. I will take this approach
today (instead of the planetedge stuff). Brad if I run into your
problem I will post about it.

On Thu, 04 Nov 2004 07:48:04 -0800, Brad Fuller <brad@sonaural.com> wrote:
>  In the past, I've installed packages via the very nice instructions on
> planetccrma for FC1. This time, I kinda did it piecmeal on FC2, but then
> backed out all alsa packages because I wanted to install the low-latency
> kernel. 
>  Here's the link, scroll down to "Installing it"
> http://ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/software/changelog.html#latestplanetcoretwo
>  Matthew Allen wrote: 
>  What kernel? I thought the planet edge stuff needed to be installed by
> individual packages instead of by groups pf packages. When I did an FC2
> install on tuesday I ended up doing it piece by piece (and really only got
> to the first piece, the kernel, before my hardware decided it didnt like the
> 2.6.8 kernel. Is there non-planetedge support for FC2? m. On Wed, 03 Nov
> 2004 22:43:34 -0800, Brad Fuller <brad@sonaural.com> wrote: 
>  Hi, Tried to install the new FC2 ccrma kernel: # apt-get install
> planetccrma-core but received a conflict that > file
> /usr/lib/libasound.so.2.0.0 from install of alsa-lib-1.0.5-1.cvs.rhfc2.ccrma
> conflicts with file from package libasound2.1.0.6-16.rhfc2.at A LOT of
> packages depend on the libasound2.10.06. Any way to get around this? thanks
> much, brad