Richard Lyons wrote:
On Wednesday 30 July 2003 17:43, Antony Gelberg wrote: [...]Why can't you compile the driver? Now you have the kernel headers, it shouldn't be too difficult. I thought you stopped trying when you thought that 8139too might work. If you decide to try, it might help to post actual error output.I did, about three hours ago. Here it is again (below). I'd post the C code as well but it's 1675 lines and another 570 in the kern_compat.h that it's complaining about.------------------------------- segaccia:~/down# ls gcc -DCARDBUS -DMODULE -D__KERNEL__ -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -O O6 -c rtl8319.c -o realtek_cb.o-I/usr/src/linux/include/ [1P [1P [1@1 [1@3In file included from rtl8139.c:110: /usr/src/linux/include/linux/malloc.h:4: warning: #warning linux/malloc.h is deprecated, use linux/slab.h instead. In file included from rtl8139.c:130:kern_compat.h:463: warning: static declaration for `pci_find_capability'follows non-static rtl8139.c: In function `rtl8129_open': rtl8139.c:714: structure has no member named `tbusy' rtl8139.c:715: structure has no member named `interrupt' rtl8139.c:716: structure has no member named `start' rtl8139.c: In function `rtl8129_timer':
I really cannot make much sense of the errors reported.
The cause of the errors was that linux/version.h was being included from a 2.2 kernel, but linux/netdevice.h was being include from a 2.4 kernel.
You said you installed kernel-headers-2.4.18-bf2.4 and symlinked it to /usr/src/linux, and that might fix the compile.
Make sure you do a "make clean" before you try again. -- Andrew
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