Re: compiling modules for stock kernel (mach64 / daenzer)
> You can look in the kernel-package documentation to see the other
> arguments that can be used. Rumor is that some packages really do
> require the full kernel source and not just the headers, though.
This must be one of those; I eventually did get the module package
compiled using the command string you gave me, and it did compile. It
would not load, though-- complaints about undefined symbols.
Given that, my best bet is probably just to build myself a new kernel
and keep that source tree around. (That's a hassle, but only a small
one as I've done that sort of thing many times before.)
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