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Ok. This is because you installed the
kernel-source SRPM, not the
kernel-source RPM. If you install that, you'll be on the right track.
trying to figure out why there's both a kernel-source SRPM & RPM makes
my head ache! ;-)
Hehe. The reason for this is that we save a *lot* of space on the media
this way. Otherwise, we'd end up with kernel-default.src.rpm,
kernel-xen.src.rpm, kernel-debug.src.rpm, which would be identical to,
and conflict with, one another.
Sorry for all
(tho' all of this could be avoided if y'all would just compile back in
-- as opposed to module -- the pciback support)
Why? What happens when you load the module?
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