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< Od: krgn
< Předmět: Re: [LAT] build ALSA debian way
< Datum: 07.10.2008 03:28:09
< On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 4:19 PM, Jaromír Mikeš wrote:
< > Hi,
< > I've compiled new kernel for me 188.8.131.52-rt20 which seems to have a bug in
< > builded alsa modules (RME Digiface,Multiface).
< yes that bit me too :)
< > http://article.gmane.org/gmane.linux.alsa.user/29391/match=2.6.24
< > I would like to upgrade alsa modules from 1.0.15 wich coming with kernel
< > source to 1.0.17
< > I already builded new kernel without alsa modules and now I would like to
< > build alsa from source.
< > I am using debian based distro so make a debian package would be best for
< > me.
< > Is there any way how to do it?
< > I didn't found any new howto which I dare to follow.
< use module-assistant. you'll need the headers/sources for your kernel
< installed too.
< aptitude install module-assistant build-essentials
< module-assitant to build and install debs for alsa and co.
Thanks for answer,
actually I have already installed these packages and I've stopped on module-assitant.
I was run:
#m-a prepare alsa-driver-1.0.17
It seems to run well.
Now I am trying:
# m-a build
No package specified. STOP.
I've tryed put some name for package:
#m-a build alsa-modules
alsa-modules, what is alsa-modules?
Sorry for newbie like question, but reading man pages doesn't helps.
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