Re: snd-bt-sco.ko modprobe success?
On Jan 4, 2005, at 11:32 AM, Markus Becker wrote:
I have seen your posting to debian-users. Currently I'm trying to get
running as well on a debian machine, but I have several problems:
1) When doing make in the kernel subdirectory,
/lib/modules/2.6.9-1-686/source is not available. Found this:
But where to link source then? Shall I install kernel-source-2.6.9 and
link source into that?
2) modprobe says:
FATAL: Module snd_bt_sco not found.
Have you solver your problem and can you give me some hints?
I managed to build snd-bt-sco.ko - my problem is building snd-hwdep.ko,
on which snd-bt-sco.ko depends.
You need your current kernel's source - either from kernel.org or a
Debian kernel-source-* package - to build a kernel module.
Kernel modules are built many ways - I used the "Debian" way: I made a
rough Debian bluetooth-alsa package
bluetooth-alsa-source. From your kernel's source directory, run:
make-kpkg ... --added-modules <"bluetooth-alsa" | path to
bluetooth-alsa> ... modules_image
Install the resulting bluetooth-alsa-modules-* package.
I can't make more progress with bluetooth-alsa till I can build
snd-hwdep.ko, & I'm still struggling to manually add
"CONFIG_SND_HWDEP=m" to my .config
If anyone has suggestions, they'd be very gratefully appreciated!