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Old 01-05-2004, 02:22 AM   #1
disciple061
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make xconfig can't find Config.in


I just installed the ALSA sound drivers, and now i cannot configure my kernel because it cant find Config.in. it seems as though Config.in is a symbolioc link to whats supposed to be another Config.in located somewhere in the dirs i compiled ALSA. but it is nowhere to be found. any ideas as to resolve this problem?
 
  


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