Stuart Stegall keltor at
Sat Nov 27 13:22:15 PST 2010

On Sat, Nov 27, 2010 at 10:45 AM, Bruce Dubbs <bruce.dubbs at> wrote:
> treah blade wrote:
>> Tho I am not sure why a kernel driver would be calling a shared
>> library you never know. You could try building the driver from the
>> same series and omit the driver that gets loaded with the kernel as a
>> test to see if that is the issue.
> Thanks for the response.  I don't think the kernel driver is calling a
> shared library, but the existing userspace drivers may not  recognize
> the kernel driver and then are trying to fall back to the *
> module.
> I reinstalled alsa-1.0.11 and at least have sound back.  Eventually I'll
> need to do a full rebuild on this system, but that's time consuming -
> even though it needs it.
>   -- Bruce
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I believe 1.0.23 required a newer kernel version.  Look like it needs
to be at least 2.6.23 OR use the alsa-driver package as well.  I
believe in general you need to have the same alsa-driver version as
the alsa-utils and alsa-lib.

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