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Re: ALSA in a 2.6 world

On Sun, 18 Apr 2004 05:19, Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora leemhuis info> wrote:
[regarding installing a kernel from rawhide for ALSA]
> Normally yes. But I's not that easy that my parents could do it and not
> 99% risk free (nothing ist 100% risk free ;-) ). An it's way harder and
> riskier then installing a windows device driver. This is the level I
> want to reach (okay, with I dream of).

So your parents need bleeding-edge ALSA sound capabilities?  My parents didn't 
even notice when I broke sound on their machine and I still haven't got 
around to fixing it...

I intentionally don't let my parents install anything on their machine.  When 
they need something installed I'll install it for them.  Making Fedora 
administration possible for the average office worker or the average child is 
worth-while, making it possible for the average 60yo is not going to work. 

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