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Subject : Re: [opensuse] mkiss kernel module missing
Message-ID : <a2c19193-d62f-fe2d-fab8-f60467e2d04b(a)telefonica.net>
Date & Time: Fri, 1 May 2020 16:01:31 +0200
[CER] == "Carlos E. R." <robin.listas(a)telefonica.net> has written:
CER>> I fully understand why you completely misread.
CER>> 1. openSUSE Leap 15.1's kernel 4.12.x all are using linux-4.12.tar.xz
CER>> as a source file. But, in my script, I use the
CER>> Do you understand the defferences between these two files.
CER> Yes, but I say that downloading the upstream sources is a
CER> mistake and is not needed.
I can understand about half of what you are saying.
CER>> 2. If you execute my script, you can see the building process use the
CER>> installed openSUSE's kernel source files, not the
CER> Huh? Then why download them at all?
Sorry, I was under the wrong impression.
BTW, did you inspect .config file of kernel 4.12.14 closely?
It doesn't include the CONFIG_MKISS entry.
How can you manage to produce the mkiss's driver?
ANyway, it's midnight now, here in Japan.
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