When compiling the driver you must make sure your kernel source is
configured correctly and your PCMCIA source is configured correctly. The
easiest way to do this is to do a build of the kernel and the PCMCIA before
building the aironet driver. If you know what you are doing, you can get
there without building everything, but in your case, I would suggest
building everything first.
Brian Harring <harringb@...>@csl.cse.ucsc.edu on
04/07/2000 09:11:10 AM
Sent by: aironet-admin@...
Subject: [Aironet] error's compiling aironet driver into a module
Hey all, first of all I'm fairly new to linux so I'm prob missing someting
simple but here goes;
I downloaded and untarred the airo drivers into the pcmcia-cs-3.1.13
directory and then checked over the config file and checked everything
through as good as I could; then I tried making the module with make -f
airo_cs.mk install; first time I ran it it crapped out with a [install]
error 1, [install] error 2... noticed a line complaining about not finding
the config.mk in the wireless directory so I cp'd one in the pcmcia
directory there... then ran the make command again... this time virtually
everthing in it turned up wrong...every 4 to 5 lines had an error... so
just judging by the errors that it returned I'm guessing I did something
rather wrong... any help would be appreciated...
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