[PlanetCCRMA] FC2: planetccrma-core vs. ipw2100

Peter Howard pjh@coastal.net.au
Thu Sep 9 03:28:02 2004

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I believe the two repository maintainers - Fernando and Axel - read this
list so hopefully . . .=20


I have a new toy; and IBM Tinkpad T41.  Which has a Centrino chipset.=20
With FC2 installed.  So, to get wireless running I installed the ipw2100
package from Axel's repository (specifically ipw2100-0.54-19.rhfc2.at
and iwp2100-firmware-1.2-3.at and
kernel-module-ipw2100-2.6.8-1.521-0.54-19.rhfc2.at).  Which also pulls
in a supporting kernel (kernel-2.6.8-1.521) and supporting stuff.

Now I try to install planetccrma-core and get the following errors:

planetccrma-core: Depends: alsa-driver (=3D 1.0.5a-1.cvs.rhfc2.ccrma) but
1.0.6a-31.rhfc2.at is to be installed

repeated for alsa-lib, alsa-lib-devel, and alsa-utils.

Can I resolve this via some form of pinning and allowing multiples of
those packages?  I am happy to have to boot for either wireless or
CCRMA, so long as they can both be installed.  Could someone talk me
through the settings?

Thanks in advance.

Peter Howard
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