timer problems

Deedra Waters dmwaters at tampabay.rr.com
Tue Nov 6 15:56:07 EST 2001

Ok, I've found the alsa drivers, and the libraries, but I don't see
anything on the websight that says anything about utilities in the ftp
directories,  if someone could point me in the right direction  I'd
appreciate it.

On Tue, 6 Nov 2001, Barry Pollock wrote:

> use the alsa drivers.
> they are compiled separately from the rest of the kernel. because the
> timing is esential for the digital, speakup effects the kernel's timing in
> order to perform its functions. alsa uses its own libraries which allows
> it  to perform independantly.
> although this may not be exactly what  happens, use the alsa drivers to
> build your sound modules.
> they are available from www.alsa-project.org you can download the drivers
> the libraries utilites and anything you may need from ftp.alsa-project.org
> build the drivers first
> then the libries
> then the utilities.
> do not mix the versions
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