Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] usb midi interface-recommendations?
From: Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano (nando_AT_ccrma.Stanford.EDU)
Date: Thu Jun 13 2002 - 21:58:35 EEST
> >>That is probably a problem with your kernel being out of date or too
> >>advanced for the usb_midi code.
> >>Which kernel are you running?
> > 2.4.18-3, I believe, out-of-the-box as it came with RedHat 7.3. It
> > took a few tries to get it working at all, due to RedHat installers
> > bombing out, but I *think* this one's a vanilla kernel -- IIRC, I
> > didn't have to do anything, at last, to the kernel to get the USB
> > audio running.
> I find it hard to believe that redhat would ship an unpatched kernel. IMO :)
It has, as usual, tons of patches added. It is vanilla redhat,
not vanilla linus :-)
> >>It could also be symptomatic of not having the kernel headers installed.
> > Hmm. I believe I did install that package. (IIRC, it's turned into
> > gcc_headers or something like it, replacing kernel_headers.) But since
> > the install failed toward the end (I had already put the 3rd of the 3
> > CDs in), it may have not gotten installed.
> you can check it with rpm -q kernel-headers or something like that.
I believe it is rpm -q kernel-source
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