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Re: The new broken world of 2.6, ALSA, and hotplug.

On Thu, 1 Apr 2004 12:54:52 +0200
Marco d'Itri <md@Linux.IT> wrote:
> On Apr 01, David B Harris <dbharris@eelf.ddts.net> wrote:
> > udev and module-init-tools aren't particularily standard nor stable at
> > the moment, either.
> WTF? udev is a new thing, but m-i-t has been in the distribution for a
> very long time and is definitely stable.

We need to worry about 2.4.x users too.

> It would be a shame if the sarge ALSA packages did not work with 2.6
> kernels.

It seems to me that the problem is with a specific combination of
software - many people were using ALSA with 2.6 just fine. That isn't to
say that there isn't a bug in ALSA, but such incediary comments are

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