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RE: Uh oh. I messed up my sound device... [SOLVED]



Renich Bon Ciric wrote:
>On Tue, 2008-01-08 at 09:45 -0800, Daniel B. Thurman wrote:
>> Daniel B. Thurman
>> >
>> >What tool can I use to restore automatic reconfiguration of
>> >the sound device?  Since I tried to install the sound device
>> >application using the software provided by ASUS P5GC-MX/1333
>> >and not realizing that it worked previously, I'd like to 
>get it back.
>> >
>> 
>> How can I force reinstall the alsa drivers w/o losing the 
>dependencies
>> as Yum wishes to remove?
>There must be a lot of ways of doing this. The one that I'd use is:
>
>1. rpm -ihv --force http://path.to/the/alsa/drivers/in/the/fedora/repo
>
>or
>
>2.0 yum install smart
>2.1 smart reinstall alsa*
>hehe
>
>Let's see what others say.

Ok, well I did reinstall all the alsa drivers and all
of that but it did not help.

So, I went to the www.alsa-project.org site, downloaded the
driver, lib, and utils, built it, installed it, ran alsaconf
and viola!  It worked.

Problem solved.

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