Personally, I think it would be more appropriate to post this to the
build service maillist.
In your case, you should get a file in the driver patched. I got a
patch from Micheal and it works for me with 18.104.22.168 x86_64 kernel and
the latest 8.34.8 fglrx on openSUSE 10.2.
The file is used for building the kernel module of fglrx. Normally,
it locates in \usr\src\kernel-modules\fglrx . Good luck.
On 2/27/07, Fred Blaise <fred.blaise(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I am running 10.2, but with factory kernel (2.6.20-5-default) and gcc
4.1.3 (this allows my laptop to go to s2d with no problem).
I am trying to compile the latest fglrx (8.34.8-1) driver against it,
but I get some 800 lines of errors... rpm builds fine, but installing
the rpm fails horribly when compiling the kernel module.
Is the driver simply not meant to work with this kernel yet? Attached
a trace of the error.
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