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#1 2003-06-02 01:51:49

rufius
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emu10k1 problems

I've been trying to setup my sound card and I keep running into problems, the following is the output I receive. My card is a SoundBlaster Audigy MP3+ card btw.

[root@phineas emu10k1-v0.20a]# make
make -Cscripts
Make[1]: Entering directory '/home/zb/Updates/emu10k1-v0.20a/scripts'
cc -I/lib/modules/'uname -r' /build/include get_version.c -o get_version
make -f /home/zb/Updates/emu10k1-v0.20a/scripts/Makefile.get_options:17: Makefile: No such                                  file or directory
make[2]: *** No rule to make target 'Makefile'. Stop.
make[2[: Leaving directory '/usr/src/linux'
make[1]: ***[get_options] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/zb/Updates/emu10k1-v0.20a/scripts'
make: *** [opts] Error 2
[root@phineas emu10k1-v0.20a]#

Anyone got any ideas?


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#2 2003-06-02 03:43:08

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Re: emu10k1 problems

i don't have the source handy but from that output it seems that you do not have a valid makefile to compile the source. are you required to run "./configure" prior to make? sorry i am not familiar with setting up these cards so that is all i can think of.


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#3 2003-06-02 05:20:39

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Re: emu10k1 problems

There's no configure file, you just type "make", then "make all", and then you type "make install" and it worx... usually lol. I haven't gotten it working on here yet, just curious as to if anyone knows whats up with the output.


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#4 2003-06-02 15:12:21

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Re: emu10k1 problems

Maybe I'm reading it wrong, but it might be looking for the kernel source in /usr/src/linux (understandable place to look for it).  Because you compiled your kernel using abs the kernel source directory should be /usr/abs/base/kernel/src.  Copy that to /usr/src/linux (renaming the src dir to linux) and then try to build again.  That should fix your problem.


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#5 2003-06-02 18:09:30

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Re: emu10k1 problems

Any reason why you can't just use the module included in the kernel?

# modprobe emu10k1

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#6 2003-06-03 02:28:20

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Re: emu10k1 problems

I got an error at the beginning stating:

"Note: /etc/modules.conf is more recent than /lib/modules/2.4.20/modules.dep"

After that I received several unresolved symbols and it stated that insmod of emu10k1 failed. Any ideas?


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#7 2003-06-03 04:41:50

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Re: emu10k1 problems

Try running depmod first, then modprobe'ing it.

# depmod -a
# modprobe emu10k1

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#8 2003-06-03 06:51:07

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Re: emu10k1 problems

I got more "unresolved symbol" errors from running 'depmod -a'. Anymore suggestions? lol Oh and Xentac, when I went to find the src in the abs directory, it wasnt there... and I had run abs.


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#9 2003-06-03 07:58:53

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Re: emu10k1 problems

rufius wrote:

when I went to find the src in the abs directory, it wasnt there... and I had run abs.

first do a makepkg, in the /usr/abs/bake/kernel dir, and the kernel source will be downloaded, extracted and compiled. if you just CTRL+C it after it's been untarred you can copy the source to /usr/src/linux.
you can also download the kernel source and untar it in /usr/src/linux by hand


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#10 2003-06-03 20:22:29

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Re: emu10k1 problems

Are you running the stock kernel?  You should not see any "unresolved symbol" errors during a 'depmod' run (not with the stock kernel anyway, I don't).

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