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Old 11-24-2004, 11:00 PM   #16
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Worked for me however I had to ask swaret to update and install the driver 2 times as the lib,oss, and utils went in just fine first time around.

Originally posted by tw001_tw
If you are running the 2.4.26 kernel (& ver 10.0), what I would do is
use pkgtool to remove the 4 alsa packages, and then reinstall them
from your original install CD's via installpkg (just 'cause I'de think using
installpkg for that would be easiest).

They can be found on disk 1:




Post results. gl.
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