Yes, now you can have module version 0.3 for kernels 2.0.36
and 2.2.10 compiled.
We will have sources (compiled core + some sources platform indep.
to be compiled in various versions of kernel) in the first q. 2000.
> Unfortunately, I don't think you'll get it. It doesn't even seem like
> they want to tell OpenSound how to do a binary-only driver...
It will not be open sourced completely but if it will work
I think I will not mind it... I think some source to be compiled
on various kernels will be enough for me. I did not say I like
this non-free model but what can I do with it ?
> > that might help get the soundblaster live going under kernels other
> > than 2.2.5 and 2.2.10... As it stands, you _have_ to recompile your
> > kernel down to 2.2.10 instead of being able to use the default
> > 2.2.12 that comes with RedHat 6.1.
You need not to downgrade to those kernels, simply use "-f" switch ;-)
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