Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] not quite so simple.... mandrake 9.0 +devfs help!!
From: iriXx (m_AT_irixx.org)
Date: Tue Dec 17 2002 - 00:29:53 EET
actually i do too generally ;-)
mandrake's point and click-ness tends to be quirky... but i have this
kind of love/hate thing with mandrake, i've gotten to like its quirkiness ;)
anyhow i have a more serious question...
trying to do rpm -e on the various alsa packages that mandrake kindly
installed over the top of my alsa set up and seems to have caused this
trouble is rpm -e --force doesnt work, rpm says that will only work for
any ideas on how i can get rid of libalsa2 ?
D R Holsbeck wrote:
> Nobody said you had to run mandrake ;-) But then again Debian is not as
> "point and click" friendly either, I generally do my configs in a text
> On Mon, 2002-12-16 at 15:58, iriXx wrote:
>>hmmmm i think thats just a debian thing... you lucky debian users!
>>oh that it would be so simple on mandrake ;-)
>>>I just list the modules to load in /etc/modules and these are then
>>>loaded at reboot. However I'm not clear as to whether this is just
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