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Error compiling PCMCIA modules


I'm trying to compile the PCMCIA modules the Debian way. 
When I use the pcmcia-source provided with the Slink distribution it works.
When i want to compile another version (3.0.9 from the
pcmcia-cs-3.0.9.tar.gz archive), if i put the directory in
/usr/src/modules/pcmcia-cs or if i just make a link from that dir, i always
have the following error (after running 'make config' in the 'pcmcia-cs' dir):

kahuna:/usr/src/linux# make-kpkg --revision=APM.1.4 modules_image
for module in /usr/src/modules/* ; do \
          if test -d  $module; then \
    (cd $module; \
              ./debian/rules KVERS="2.0.36"
KSRC="/usr/src/kernel-source-2.0.36" \
                             KMAINT="Sebastien KALT"
KEMAIL="sebastien_kalt@mail.dotcom.fr" \
                             KDREV="APM.1.4" kdist_image; ); \
  fi; \
/bin/sh: ./debian/rules: Aucun fichier ou répertoire de ce type.
make: [modules_image] Error 127 (ignored)

My /usr/src/linux/debian/rules file exists. It occurs with 2.0.36 and
2.2.13 kernel source.

And when it compile the module 'the normal way' (ie make all & make
install) it works.

Has anyone an idea why i have that error ?


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