It is in current. So alsa is in the kernel? I thought it was on its own. How would I go about making this work? When I tried installing the new alsa-lib, alsa-oss, and alsa-utils, there was a glibc error, and it wouldn't work. So I updated glibc, and that didn't work either, and then when trying to get back to the old glibc, everything got hosed, and I had to reinstall. And is there anyway to make 1.0.25 work without having to upgrade a bunch of packages? Has anyone made a package for 13.37?
Last edited by blue_k; 04-10-2012 at 09:38 PM.