I am trying to compile the staging modules on Ubuntu Jaunty, since my kernel is 2.6.28+, but not quite sure how to do it. My tale of woe is here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1232970
I think my problem is getting kernel source that corresponds exactly to the running kernel - any advice on how to go about it?
Please check this:
Wow, it works, thanks very much! The only annoyance is that "make bzImage" seems to build all modules, which I suppose there might be some way around. But at least the whole kernel doesn't need rebuilding.
For others, the steps are:
It seems to work. The "make bzImage" step seems to compile ALL
modules, so it's not AWESOME, but at least you don't have to do the
kernel itself. The steps are:
1. Get the kernel source (wajig install linux-source-2.6.28 etc.) and
extract it in your home directory
2. Change to the extracted directory
3. make oldconfig
4. make menuconfig (turn on the modules under drivers-staging-usbip)
5. make prepare
6. make modules_prepare
7. make bzImage
8. make M=drivers/staging/usbip
9. sudo cp drivers/staging/usbip/*ko
10. sudo depmod
Now those modules can be inserted with modprobe.
Oh, sorry about the doubling up of that previous message :)
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