Yes, I did those things, but it sounds like the NIKAL kernel module just
won't work on my 64-bit system. I was hoping to get around it, but I
may be stuck. . .
----- Original Message -----
From: Markus Koßmann <mkossmann_nospam(a)schlundmail.de>
Date: Thursday, February 9, 2006 0:14 am
Subject: Re: [suse-amd64] compile problems for Nat'l Instruments
software - help, anyone?
Cc: Jonathan Puthoff <jputhoff(a)wisc.edu>
> Am Mittwoch, 8. Februar 2006 17:11 schrieb Jonathan Puthoff:
> > Hello all! I am new here (and pretty new to Linux, for that
> matter) and
> > was referred here for some assistance.
> > Recently I built an AMD Sempron machine for my lab and installed
> SuSE> 10.0 x86_64. I want to install and run National Instruments
> software> (LabVIEW, NIDAQmx) to control my DAQ PCI card. There is
> a problem,
> > however, with the compiling of the NI-KAL kernel module, upon
> which the
> > rest of the installation seems to depend. The "./configure"
> script that
> > I need to run prior to my "make" checks for a file called
> > /usr/src/linux/include/asm/asm_offsets.h and returns an "kernel not
> > configured correctly" error.
> asm_offsets.h is a generated file.
> Did you do a
> cd /usr/src/linux
> make cloneconfig
> make prepare-all
> to prepare the kernel sources for external module compilation ?