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Re: How to build kernel modules

On Tue, 7 Dec 1999, Brian Mays wrote:
> Kevin Bullock <kbullock@ringworld.org> wrote:
> I'm afraid that you misunderstand my problem.  I know how to build
> custom kernels/modules with make-kpkg.  My job, however, is to build the
> official PCMCIA modules for Debian.  Therefore, I need the configuration
> files used by Herbert to build the kernels in the kernel-image-*
> packages.  I used to get these files from the kernel-patch-*-i386
> packages (more specifically, from the sources of these packages), but
> they are no longer in the Debian archive.

I did indeed -- my mistake. I have to remember this is -devel and not
-user ;p Please excuse me for the mix-up.

Kevin R. Bullock                                _
Ringworld.Associates (http://www.ringworld.org/) \_ The two are only connected
St. John's University, Collegeville, MN         _/  by my presence in each.

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