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Re: Kernel Source - Broadcom BCM4400x

Thanks to everyone for your help.  I upgraded to the
2.6 kernel and this seems to have solved my problem. I
may have messed up the kernel source when I started
messing with it manually. Thanks again


--- Michael Tuschik <M.Tuschik@gmx.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> > my network drivers. I downloaded the kernel source
> and
> > header .deb files for the kernel that came with
> debian
> > >from ftp.debian.org at a friends house and put
> them on
> > CD. I put the kernel source in /usr/src/ and
> created a
> > soft link to 
> > /usr/src/linux/. Next I unpacked the header source
> and
> > copied from the asm folders to /usr/include/. I
> have
> > only made one kernel in the past and that was on a
> If you installed the kernel source from .deb
> packages via dpkg --install
> or apt-get install they should be ready for compile.
> There is no need to copy something to somewhere.
> Maybe you need to configure your kernel before the
> driver can be compiled.
> Greets
> Michael
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