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andih
2005-04-27
2013-04-08
  • andih

    andih - 2005-04-27

    Hello
    My problem is that I can not install the FSAM Module with Make... and make install
    the command make in the right directory as the README describes causes an ERROR ...
    I dont think that I am abel to solve this problem
    so I thought there is a possibility to create or get a rpm-package for my SUSE 9.2
    I-am a newbe in Linux and I hope that sombody can help me.

     
    • nahoj

      nahoj - 2005-04-27

      What errors do you get?

       
      • andih

        andih - 2005-04-28

        This is the Error occuring in the directory with the MAKEFILE:

        make -C /lib/modules/2.6.8-24-default/build SUBDIRS=/home/Andi/rfswitch-0.1 MODVERDIR=/home/Andi/rfswitch-0.1 modules
        make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/linux-2.6.8-24-obj/i386/default'
        make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/linux-2.6.8-24-obj/i386/default'

         
    • Pedro Ramalhais

      Pedro Ramalhais - 2005-05-09

      That's not an error.
      What does make install output?

       
      • andih

        andih - 2005-05-12

        Oh sorry! I payed no attention to what I pasted in this Box as error
        The real error is:(it is german I hope that does not matter)

        Andirechner:/home/Andi/rfswitch-0.1 # make
        make -C /lib/modules/2.6.8-24-default/build SUBDIRS=/home/Andi/rfswitch-0.1 MODVERDIR=/home/Andi/rfswitch-0.1 modules
        make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/linux-2.6.8-24-obj/i386/default'
        make[1]: *** Keine Regel, um modules zu erstellen.  Schluss.
        make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/linux-2.6.8-24-obj/i386/default'
        make: *** [modules] Fehler 2

         
        • Pedro Ramalhais

          Pedro Ramalhais - 2005-05-12

          You probably don't have the kernel sources for your kernel installed.

           
          • andih

            andih - 2005-05-17

            What does it exactly mean to have or have not installed the kernel sources. have I only to activate them or is ther a RPM-package? Are they specific to the kernel or could I use  an old kernelsource? What errors can I make possibly? And what have I to do when I have installed the sources?
            A lot of questions ... I would be happy if one or two were answered.
            Thankyou Bye Andreas

             
            • Pedro Ramalhais

              Pedro Ramalhais - 2005-05-20

              You need the kernel-sources RPM package for your running kernel.

               
              • andih

                andih - 2005-05-23

                OK the RPM-package is installed but nothing happens ...
                the same error ocurs....

                 
    • Pedro Ramalhais

      Pedro Ramalhais - 2005-06-01

      Try installing the kernel-headers RPM package.

       
      • andih

        andih - 2005-06-13

        I do not really know what kernel Headers are ...
        But I thought that they are included in the kernel RPM of SUSE
        can anybody tell me what I can do more to switch on this f... W-LAN card

         
    • andih

      andih - 2005-06-13

      I dont know exactly how I managed it...
      But it works...
      The fsam7400 is installed.
      Thanks to everybody who was helping me.
      PS.: I have a new problem with the switch...
      But I have posted it in a new thread...

       

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