* DesScorp <DesScorp@gmail.com> [2005-05-16 15:27:53 -0500]: >First off, I'm running Debian testing, with the 2.4.27-1-386 kernel, on a [snipped....] >have to compile. So here's the problem; the instructions ask for the >location of the kernel source code, which should be /usr/src. There's >nothing there, and if I'm correct, only the kernel image itself >(/boot/vmlinuz) is present. Should I be looking somewhere else, or does >Debian not install kernel source? At the time of installation, if you have not chosen to install kernet source then you willnot have the sources under /usr/src. So you need to install the kernel sources first. I am sure, after installing the sources, you will find them located under /usr/src. >If that's normal, how should I proceed? When trying to apt-get the same >kernel version I already have, I get the "already have this version" It is because you are trying to apt-get for the kernel image and not the source. The source package should be named somthing like linux-source-2.6.10 So do an apt-get for the relevent source package you want and you are done. Regards. -- Ajitabh Pandey http://www.geocities.com/ajitabhpandey ICQ - 150615062 Registered Linux User - 240748 GnuPG Key ID - 35CF8CC4 Key fingerprint = E1A8 657D BE0C 4747 52EC 10C4 1AC2 C124 35CF 8CC4 You would if you could but you can't so you won't.
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