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Re: Depmod Error on installing ALSA modules

Fixed it, just in case anybody was curious, the problem was a missing
library: libelfg0-dev


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Date: Wed, 2 Aug 2000 07:25:00 -0500 (CDT)
From: Bryan K. Walton <walton@berbee.com>
To: Debian-User Mailing List <debian-user@lists.debian.org>,
     Debian Laptop Mailing List <debian-laptop@lists.debian.org>
Subject: Depmod Error on installing ALSA modules
Resent-Date: Wed, 2 Aug 2000 07:11:52 -0500
Resent-From: debian-laptop@lists.debian.org

Yesterday, I sent the following message to debian-user.  Still trying to
figure out how to fix this problem.  Is it possible that the error is a
result of a bug in the alsa-source package?  Or is it something else?
I am afraid I don't know much about ELF headers.


	I am running frozen on an IBM Thinkpad 390E with a 2.0.36
kernel.  This morning, I compiled a new kernel (2.2.15) using
make-kpkg.  I also built the pcmcia and ALSA modules using kpkg.  All
seems to have gone well (I have done this before on another
box).  However, when I installed the newly compiled ALSA modules deb
package, this is what happens:

work:/usr/src# dpkg -i alsa-modules-2.2.15_0.4.1i-5+2.2.15-90_i386.deb 
Selecting previously deselected package alsa-modules-2.2.15.
(Reading database ... 52672 files and directories currently installed.)
Unpacking alsa-modules-2.2.15 (from
alsa-modules-2.2.15_0.4.1i-5+2.2.15-90_i386.deb) ...
Setting up alsa-modules-2.2.15 (0.4.1i-5+2.2.15-90) ...
depmod: error reading ELF header: No such file or directory
depmod: error reading ELF header: No such file or directory


Any ideas as to what this means?  How can I fix this?

Bryan Walton

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