On Thu, 24 Feb 2005 23:56:51 -0500, Paul Kimoto <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 24, 2005 at 06:33:15PM -0500, Phillip Lynx wrote:
> > "/lib/modules/2.4.27-speakup/build/Rules.make: No such file or directory
> > make: *** No rule to make target
> > '/lib/modules/2.4.27-speakup/build/Rules.make'. Stop.
> > There is no "build" folder for the Rules.make to be in...
> > I've tried an empty "Rules.make" file in a build dir I made, but it seems to
> > need some rules to be in the Rules file, go figure...
> > How do I find or make Rules.make?
> > I would greatly appreciate knowing what to do/try next. I have tried the
> > other steps on the directions page, as well as what ideas I could find
> > elsewhere, (such as the "empty. Rules.make file)
> /lib/modules/2.*/build is expected to be a symbolic link pointing to the
> kernel source code. Rules.make is a file in the kernel source.
> -rw-r--r-- 1 root src 9325 Feb 18 2004 Rules.make
> I don't know whether you will have to install the full source code (I don't
> use Debian kernels or even kernel-package).
> You might also like to try the CVS version of this driver:
> $ cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/rt2400 login
> $ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/rt2400 co source
> My recipe for building the driver would go something like this:
> Install kernel source code. Find relevant .config file and put it in the
> kernel source directory. While there, run
> $ make include/linux/version.h symlinks oldconfig include/config/MARKER \
> Go to driver source directory. Run
> $ make PATCHLEVEL=4 KERNDIR=/usr/src/linux_SOURCE_CODE_DIRECTORY clean
> $ make PATCHLEVEL=4 KERNDIR=/usr/src/linux_SOURCE_CODE_DIRECTORY
> Put the resulting kernel module rt2500.o in some appropriate directory
> under /lib/modules/2.4.WHATEVER_VERSION. Make sure that the line
> alias ra0 rt2500
> is in some file in /etc/modutils. Make sure that /sbin/update-modules and
> /sbin/depmod are run before trying to load the module.
> Make sure that /etc/network/interfaces knows what to do with the "ra0"
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