At Wed, 28 Jan 2009 12:37:14 +0100,
Rainer Klier wrote:
Why do you need this at all? Installing kernel-source.rpm suffices.
i learned in the past, for installing vmware-server, and cisco-vpn-client (which
also compile kernel-modules) you have to do "make cloneconfig; make prepare;
In general you don't have to do it. Sometimes you need to fix the
other side, though -- it's basically a problem of external driver
The include files and symbols needed to build kernel modules are
already stored in /usr/src/linux*-obj/$ARCH/$FLAVOR. This directory
is symlinked from /lib/modules/$VERSION/build, but some external
drivers don't refer this correctly (or you may have some options to
But, nvidia driver tree seems to work as is.
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