Re: compiled kernel problems with ide-scsi and modversions.h
On Sat, 2003-01-25 at 23:13, David Z Maze wrote:
> (2.4.8? Do you mean 2.4.18?)
oops, sorry :), yep 2.4.18
> That file is normally built as part of the build process; you should
> have one. How are you trying to build the modules? Assuming you're
> using the Debian nvidia-kernel-src package, it should be enough to
> unpack /usr/src/nvidia-kernel-src.tar.gz and run 'fakeroot make-kpkg
> modules-image' from your kernel source tree.
That's not the problem. the problem is that modversions.h just isn't
parker:/usr/src# find . -name modversions.h
I've got both the source and headers of the new kernel in '/usr/src',
and 'find' only point to the old kernel headers directory.
> Are you, in fact, root? You might also need the SCSI generic device
> driver; try 'modprobe sg'. (This also explains cdparanoia randomly
> losing on SCSI-ish systems, if you run into that problem.)
I am running as root but I didn't load the 'sg' module. I'll try that as
soon as I'm able to reboot.