and thanks about adding a few light about the problem
> Reinstalling from CD won't work because those
> were built for the kernel on the CD not your custom kernel.
In fact I did this, and believe me it worked ... once, I mean I recompiled the original kernel
by changing very few options and then simply reinstall alsa driver from CD install,
but then I went on doing other changes and recompilation, and when installing alsa driver and doing 'depmod -a' I had plenty of 'unresolved symbols'
>2. Download the alsa-driver directory from patches/source from a Slackware mirror. I used >ftp://sunsite.cnlab-switch.ch/mirro...patches/source.
>3. cd into the alsa-driver directory that you just downloaded
>4. Edit the file alsa-driver.SlackBuild. Look for the line KVERSION=2.4.24 and change it to >KVERSION=$(uname -r)
>5. At the command line type sh alsa-driver.SlackBuild
>6. Step five creates a new alsa-driver....tgz file in /tmp. Go to temp and do an upgradepkg ->-reinstall alsa-driver...tgz
is it necessary to reinstall alsa-lib or alsa-utils too ? is it possible to reinstall alsa from
the original alsa web site , or is it better to do like you advice ?