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Re: [Emu10k1-tools-devel] Re: emu10k1 for debian


The rule of thumb is:

-Older driver (post kernel 2.4.8), newer tools: ok
-Newer driver, older tools: not ok
-Really old driver ( driver version 0.7 or earlier - before 2.4.8 and
any 2.2.x): not ok, use "dm" tool instead

If you find this isn't true, report a bug to:

The mixer and tone controls were improved and a few bugs were fixed in the
new kernel (2.4.11-12), the people who were having problems may want to
upgrade. (or install the driver from CVS)

On Thu, 11 Oct 2001, Alexander Kotelnikov wrote:

> >>>>> On Thu, 11 Oct 2001 11:19:22 -0500
> >>>>> "Scott" == Scott Dier <sdier@debian.org> wrote:
> Scott>
> Scott> * Alexander Kotelnikov <sacha@softjoys.ru> [011011 11:06]:
> >> Once I wrote about an intention to package emu-tools. I prepared
> Scott>
> Scott> How linked are the tools version to the driver revision?  IE: if i keep
> A month ago the driver and tools had been changed in an incompatible
> with previous versions way.
> Scott> with an 'old' cvs snapshot of the driver, will the tools stop working on
> Scott> an upgrade?

Daniel Bertrand

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