linux-l: Kernel-Soundunterst?tzung

Philipp Schmidt philipp at
Mo Feb 14 14:26:45 CET 2000

On Mon, Feb 14, 2000 at 10:39:49AM +0100, Arnd Fricke wrote:
> Also schrieb Philipp Schmidt  Son, 13 Feb 2000 a.D.:
> >Isapnp brauchst Du ab Alsa 0.5 nicht mehr, denn mit Alsa 0.5 haben
> >sie das isapnp Kernelmodul aus der 2.3er Serie in Alsa integriert,
> ...
> >Ich kann nur empfehlen, mal die CVS-Version zu ziehen, und die a
> >uszuprobiern, läuft bei mir spitze...
> Hallo Philipp,
> vielen Dank für Deine Tips.
> nein, meine Version ist 0.4.1i-0, das RPM von der SuSE-Seite.
> Ich schaue nachher mal rein, ob die da inzwischen schon wieder
> was neues haben.
> Was ist "CVS", und wo hast Du diese heruntergeladen?

Guck auf nach CVS

bin jetzt zu faul auf meiner andreren Maschine nachzugucken...


----- MAN CVS -----
CVS(1)                                                     CVS(1)

       cvs - Concurrent Versions System


       CVS is a version control system, which allows you to  keep
       old versions of files (usually source code), keep a log of
       who, when, and why changes occurred,  etc.,  like  RCS  or
       SCCS.  Unlike the simpler systems, CVS does not just oper-
       ate on one file at a time or one directory at a time,  but
       operates  on  hierarchical collections of directories con-
       sisting of version controlled files.  CVS helps to  manage
       releases  and  to control the concurrent editing of source
       files among multiple  authors.   CVS  allows  triggers  to
       enable/log/control  various operations and works well over
       a wide area network.

       cvs keeps a single copy of the master sources.  This  copy
       is  called  the source ``repository''; it contains all the
       information  to  permit   extracting   previous   software
       releases  at  any time based on either a symbolic revision
       tag, or a date in the past.

       cvs provides a rich variety of  commands  (cvs_command  in
       the  Synopsis),  each  of  which  often  has  a  wealth of
       options, to satisfy the many needs of source management in
       distributed environments.  However, you don't have to mas-
       ter every detail to do useful work with cvs; in fact, five
       commands  are  sufficient  to  use (and contribute to) the
       source repository.

       cvs checkout modules...
              A necessary preliminary for most cvs work:  creates
              your  private copy of the source for modules (named
              collections of source; you can also use a path rel-
              ative to the source repository here).  You can work
              with this copy  without  interfering  with  others'
              work.   At  least  one subdirectory level is always

       cvs update
              Execute  this  command  from  within  your  private
              source  directory  when  you  wish  to  update your
              copies of source  files  from  changes  that  other


----- ~MAN CVS -----

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