* Carlos E. R. <robin.listas(a)telefonica.net> [10-31-09 22:41]:
On Saturday, 2009-10-31 at 17:27 -0400, Jeff Mahoney
I'm not sure why you are doing that. That
isn't necessary to build
It is documented (/usr/src/linux/README.SUSE).
That's for building your own kernel. The -devel files for your flavor +
kernel-source are all you should need to build a module against it.
Yes, I understand that's a 11.2 modification. On the 11.0 kernel source
package (I don't have installed the 11.2 dev tree) the README.SUSE file
says that previous to "making" external modules, we have to do "make
cloneconfig" - one of the possible methods:
just for reference, the only thing necessary to install the NVIDIA
drivers on 10.1 besides having kernel-source installed was running the
script from nvidia. I *never* did cloneconfig or make config or ...
And I too read the README.SUSE.
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