[PlanetCCRMA] Alsa driver not updateable
Wed Sep 20 10:51:03 2006
On Wed, 2006-09-20 at 11:18 -0400, ken wrote:
> Which command should I use to remove the alsa packages? I still have synaptic
> on my system and when I tried to use it to remove the alsa-driver it
> threatened to remove a whole lot of other things?
Just try "rpm -e package_name".
Do you have the new fc5 versions of the kernel and alsa installed?
It appears you have not done that as you still have the fc3 versions of
alsa-lib, alsa-tools, etc, etc (I think you will not be able to erase
the kernel-module-alsa packages until you install the newer kernel and
> On Tuesday 19 September 2006 13:10, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> > On Mon, 2006-09-18 at 22:33 -0400, ken wrote:
> > > I see the following list:
> > Wow, a lot of stuff left over...
> > > amsynth-1.0.0-3.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > libid3tag-0.15.1b-3.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > xmms-jack-0.13-2.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > alsa-driver-1.0.9-0.1.rc1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > jamin-0.95.0-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > clthreads-1.0.2-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > libfluidsynth-1.0.5-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > alsa-tools-1.0.9-0.1.rc1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > gtkmm-1.2.10-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > jackeq-0.4.0-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > clalsadrv-1.0.1-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > aeolus-0.3.1-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > muse-0.7.1-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > gtkmm2-2.2.12-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > jackmix-0.0.3-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > kernel-module-alsa-2.6.10-2.1.ll.rhfc3.ccrma-1.0.7-1.cvs.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > libmad-0.15.1b-3.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > tse3-0.2.7-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > ladcca-0.4.0-2.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > swami-0.9.2-2.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > gamix-1.99.p14-2.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > jaaa-0.1.2-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > libsigc++10-1.0.4-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > kernel-module-alsa-2.6.10-2.1.ll.rhfc3.ccrma-1.0.8-3.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > alsa-firmware-1.0.8-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > planetccrma-core-2005.03.22-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > ec-fonts-mftraced-1.0.7-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > clxclient-1.0.1-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > alsa-oss-1.0.9-0.1.rc1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > noteedit-2.7.4-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > rtirq-20050415-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > seq24-0.6.3-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > ams-1.8.7-2.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > kernel-module-alsa-2.6.10-0.4.rdt.rhfc3.ccrma-1.0.8-3.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > ardour-0.99-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > kernel-module-alsa-2.6.10-2.1.ll.rhfc3.ccrma-1.0.9-0.1.rc1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > fox-1.2.11-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > rtload-0.0.2-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > > kmidimon-0.3-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > A good start would be to remove the kernel-module-alsa-* packages, those
> > are leftover from the older kernels (which appear to have been removed
> > by the upgrade process - which is not very smart, of course).
> > Maybe that will enable you to get more things upgraded by a "yum
> > upgrade".
> > With apt-get I would have suggested starting with a "apt-get check" but
> > I don't know what the equivalent command with yum would be (apt-get
> > check checks the consistency of dependencies and reports any problems).
> > -- Fernando
> > > On Sunday 17 September 2006 23:32, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> > > > On Sun, 2006-09-17 at 20:58 -0400, ken wrote:
> > > > > I have upgraded from FC3 to FC5 and like some others have not had the
> > > > > ALSA drivers updated. The yum program or the software update program
> > > > > tells me I need 1.0.9-0.1.rc1.rhfc3.ccrma. Where do I find this and
> > > > > how can an FC3 package co-exist with my system which is now FC5?
> > > >
> > > > That's probably because you still have some package installed that
> > > > requires that particular version of alsa. Do this:
> > > >
> > > > rpm -q -a |grep rhfc3
> > > >
> > > > to see a list of "old" packages that should not be installed in fc5...
> > > > What do you see?