Because upgrading to dropline2.8 requires a kernel of 2.6.x, I installed the kernel package of 2.6.7 from the second cd of slk10. Now I have got not only a new kernel, but also ton of problems.
Using the new kernel the dropline-installer worked fine, and the only problem was that each time I wanted to enjoy my new gnome, the computer alway complained "/dev/dsp no such file or directory".
So I installed the alsa package inside the /testing folder, logged out and logged in, the sound was simply there, and DLG2.8 worked. I was happy with that, but its too early. Soon I found that after each rebooting, the sound would be away, and Gnome could not be started. The sound would be there only if I uninstall the alsa package and re-install it again!!!!What is that?
I have stored the lsmod results and compared them, found there are a little difference:
Situation 1: JUST AFTER ALSA INSTALLATION(WITH SOUND)
I got 3 modules which are not in situation 2:
nls_utf8 1792 1
isofs 30008 1
zlib_inflate 21248 1 isofs
Situation 2: AFTER REBOOT(NO SOUND)
I got 1 module which is not in situation 1:
So is it a kind of module missing problem?