Re: ADI Soundmax 1881 (intel chipset) w/ ALSA Drivers
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 09:30:06AM -0500, Michael Kahle wrote:
> This worked perfectly. Thanks. I did already have myself added to that
> group, I did not know that you have to log in and then log out in order to
> notify the OS that you are now part of a group.
> I am not sure what you mean by the "--append-to-version" comment, I am going
> to assume that this is something that make-kpkg does automatically? When I
> built my kernel I did have to rename the /lib/modules/<kernel> directory
> before I ran modules_install, but remember this is a kernel built the
> "classic" way and --_not_ the "Debian" way. So if make-kpkg should do this
> automatically, is it broke on something?
Ah, I didn't realize you weren't doing things The Debian Way. In this case
it's extra important that you remember to *delete* or otherwise move the
/lib/modules directory that's created when you compile your kernel. If you
don't you *may* end up not having the new modules put into the directory.
This happened to me several times when I was trying to get my wireless
card working--without deleting the directory the old drivers weren't
overwritten when I compiled a new kernel.
Hope that helps,
Emma Jane Hogbin
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