If you're not currently using kernel-source and don't really have a need
for it (the binary kernel satisfies your needs) then don't bother
installing it. This way, you don't need to use alsa-source. You can
just you kernel-2.4.16 (or whatever) and the matching
alsa-modules-2.4.16 (matching kernel # to kernel #). Install alsa-utils
(or is it alsaconf? or both?) and then run alsaconf, select your card..
If you're really set on the source, I think version.h.. if it has to do
with alsa.. is in the alsa-headers package.
On Wed, 2001-12-19 at 18:17, Mike Atamas wrote:
> Im trying to install emu10k1 drivers. However, I'm having a problem with
> the kernel source. I used apt-get to get the source and I followed all the
> instructions with emu10k but when i run make clean it tells me that it can
> not find version.h. The thing is I can't find it either... Any suggestions
> on how to fix my dilema?
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