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im trying to get my sound working properly with the driver from the manufacture. but i need the kernal source to do it. ive done this on mandrake before but ...
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    need the kernel source for yoper to compile


    im trying to get my sound working properly with the driver from the manufacture. but i need the kernal source to do it. ive done this on mandrake before but it was just a rpm. whats the steps in yoper?

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    what are the steps to what?

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    In your konsole, type #apt-cache search kernel

    look for kernel-source.

    Then do #apt-get install kernel-source


    That should work for ya.

    Ed

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