binary_y2k2 at blueyonder.co.uk
Sun Dec 17 03:18:05 GMT 2006
Renaud (Ron) Olgiati wrote:
> New motherboard, comes with instructions to compile the sound and NIC drivers
> for Linux.
> First problem was it wanted make; so I installed make
> Then when running make,
> ron at ron:/home/opt/src$ sudo make install
> Makefile:16: *** Linux kernel source not found. Stop.
> Looked for "kernel source" with synaptic, cannot find anything.
> HELP !
> It is impossible to defend perfectly
> against the attack of those who want to die.
> -- http://www.olgiati-in-paraguay.org --
Ok, if you're going to compile anything you'll need a few different
packages, fortunately you can get them all with a metapackage:
If you're building modules (drivers), you need the kernel source, or at
least the headers. You can install either (or both) of:
Usually all you'll need is the headers, so try that first, as the source
is around 40MB
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