2. -snap to download the snapshot and then to compile and install the entire package. -i is not needed in this case.
I think it is better if you guys send the ticket directly. Because I can not really answer any related questions.
As mentioned before. You should have also tried the latest snapshot, before issueing the ticket.
This will for sure lead to a solution for you guys.
I'll try to do both tonight.. .I Have the kids though.. .dinner, showers, homework... no promises.. ;)
Is there any reason why option -snap is not downloading the entire package, the latest snapshot, then compile and install the whole in one step? I mean is there any purpose to have -d first, then -snap?
I assume, I can modify the script to run like this by myself, but I wanted to know if there is any risk with that, why you are not organized it in this way?
You can change it at the bottom of the script. It is just one command (function call) you have to add.
I'm having a really hard time getting my sound to work on Ubuntu. I only recently switched and I'm still learning the basics of working in this new OS.
Anyway, I updated my ALSA to version 1.019 with this script (version 1.16). I'm on Ubuntu Intrepid, kernel 2.6.27-7-generic. I'm on a Dell M1530, soundcard is a Intel STAC92xx.
I tried disabling PulseAudio, switching all my devices to the ALSA in Sound Preferences, checking no channel is on mute in the Gnome Mixer, but all seems fine and has no effect whatsoever. The sole thing that makes my sound work, though, is the operation:
From then on everything (well, as far as I checked) works fine. Until I reboot and my notebook stays silent again. Is there anyone who has a suggestion for a new move?Code:
sudo alsa force-reload
Thanks a lot for the script! Solved the no-sound problem on my Asus L50Vn laptop (ALC663) with Intrepid.
hi i wanted to use your script cause i played to much with my alsa configs and want to get them back to default. At one point the scipt wont move on... log sais:
any idea how to get it working or simply how to reset everything around alsa to default?Code:
rm -f .depend *.o snd.map*
rm -f /*.ver
rm -f modules/*.o modules/*.ko
make: Betrete Verzeichnis '/usr/src/Alsa-1.0.19/alsa-driver-1.0.19/acore'
Makefile:6: /usr/src/Alsa-1.0.19/alsa-driver-1.0.19/Makefile.conf: No such file or directory
/usr/src/Alsa-1.0.19/alsa-driver-1.0.19/Rules.make:75: /Rules.make1: No such file or directory
make: *** Keine Regel, um »/Rules.make1« zu erstellen. Schluss.
make: Verlasse Verzeichnis '/usr/src/Alsa-1.0.19/alsa-driver-1.0.19/acore'
make: *** [clean] Fehler 1
checking for gcc... gcc
checking for C compiler default output file name...
thx i got it work with my old version. i simply removed my manually setup config files restarted and made a new setup file.