> >> Drivers available from here:
> >> http://aureal.sourceforge.net/
> > I've discovered the hard way that the driver package that's available
> > won't work with a 2.4 kernel - it's a 2.2 driver. If you get the latest
> > from the CVS tree at this site, you'll have more luck - it worked for
> > my RH7.1 system, at least.
> My experience is that the driver works with 2.4 kernels, and even with
> 2.4 kernels compiled with GCC 3.2.
I got *lots* of compilation errors from the package I initially downloaded.
They looked a lot like headers had changed. Of course, I'm now on
my work (NT) machine and some months have passed, so I have zero
idea what the problems were. Also, of course, I've downloaded, installed
and upgraded a number of other things in the meantime.
Quote:> Maybe you did something wrong.
Quite likely. I was still in the *very* early stages of learning about
and how to do things then. I think I've now progressed from *very* early
to just early.
Quote:> However, it's a good idea to grab the latest sources anyway.
Absolutely, with the proviso that stable is sometimes better than
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