eagle-usb-modules-source just won't install - missing kernel source

Gene Lapointe gene at thelapointefamily.com
Thu May 3 14:10:13 UTC 2007

I'm not an Ubuntu pro by any means, but I believe that they need to be
downloaded separately using apt-get something or other.

> Hi all
> Helped my brother installed Ubuntu on his computer. Put in the LiveCD and
> everything worked so sweet, even the desktop effects. So he was sold. The
> one huge problem that's stopping us from partying is this eagle-usb thing.
> He connects to Tiscali through a Sagem F at st 800 ADSL modem. It should be
> possible to work by installing: eagle-usb-data; eagle-usb-utils; and
> eagle-usb-modules-source.
> The README in /usr/share/doc says that you can create the kernel module by
> using module-assistant, or manually using ./configure etc. No matter which
> way I try it fails saying it cannot find the kernel source. Everywhere I
> read it says I should have the kernel headers installed, and I have
> checked and double checked - they are all installed. For good measure I
> even installed the kernel sources packages too.
> I don't know what's going on. It seems that it cannot find my kernel
> source, and I don't know how to point it to the correct location. I was
> cracking my head over this until 3am yesterday - please help if you can.
> Many thanks, regards
> Gabe
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Gene Lapointe
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