[Pkg-alsa-devel] Bug#588385: [alsa-source] dmesg reports unknown symbols / disagreement with version of symbol
guy at member.fsf.org
Tue Jul 13 09:44:48 UTC 2010
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On 12/07/2010 18:06, Elimar Riesebieter wrote:
> You don't need the 1.0.23 drivers really. If you're using a Debian
> Kernel > 2.6.30 you should be fine.
Yes - the only reason I embarked on this journey was because I thought
compiling the alsa source may correct a bug in another program where the
sound output had ceased to play nicely with alsa (the program was "vlc"
This decision was purely guesswork (as is probably evident, to someone
who knows the facts ;-) and obviously did not achieve the desired
effect. Indeed, quite the opposite - my sound device completely ceased
to work, as you are aware!
Excuse my ignorance, but how do I go about returning to the default alsa
drivers as supplied with the stock kernel, rather than the ones I have
compiled and installed, using the alsa source?
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