On Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 2:47 PM, Stephen Powell <email@example.com>
On Wed, 08 Sep 2010 14:11:43 -0400 (EDT), Ashish Agarwal wrote:This is not the naming convention for a Debian kernel. The fourth
> # uname -r
> Presumably the prefix indicates the kernel they based their patch on.
number for a stock Debian kernel is separated from the third by
a hyphen, not a period. For example,
on my system yields
(This is an i386 architecture machine.) Notice the "-2", not a ".2".
The system may be a Debian system, but its kernel does not appear
to be Debian kernel. The kernel is either from another distribution
or is a custom built kernel. And who knows what kernel source code
package was used to build the custom kernel. None of the Debian
linux-header-* packages will be an exact match. Find out from your
kernel builder *exactly* where to get the header files.
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