The find command found nothing. But I do have many different
files named bitops.h in the /usr/src/linux-headers-3.0.0-12
directories on my system.
Looking at the Makefile, I can't see what to change. There
is no path specified to /lib/modules that I can change to
/usr/src/linux-headers. Is there some other file where this
I need another clue or two.
On 11-10-20 03:52 PM, Hans-Ulrich Juettner wrote:
> Hi Jonathan,
> I'm sorry, I haven't tried to compile SD4l on Ubuntu 11.10 or
> with a 3.0 kernel. As I have no time to do so in the near
> future I can only guess that asm/bitops.h must also be found
> in the kernel headers package. Try the command
> find /lib/modules/3.0.0-12-generic -name bitops.h
> May bee the Makefile has to be adjusted for compiling SD4L
> with a 3.0 kernel so that the asm/bitops.h will be found.
> And may bee there are other issues with the Makefile and
> the new kernel numbering scheme.
> Best regards
> Jonathan Coles wrote:
>> When I tried to compile on kernel 18.104.22.168 (Ubuntu 11.10) I
>> got the following error:
>> fatal error: asm/bitops.h: No such file or directory
>> Searches in Synaptic led to the r-cran statistical package,
>> but its installation didn't change anything.
>> What am I missing?