On Mon, May 17, 2004 at 12:45:58PM -040xx0, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > Hi, > > I'm having error message when I try either to compile the modem driver > for an tibook 550 mhz, with kernel benh_kernel_2.6 > > I get this: > tail /tmp/hcfusbconfig-buildlog.txt > CC [M] /usr/lib/hcfusbmodem/modules/osdiag.o > CC [M] /usr/lib/hcfusbmodem/modules/osusb.o > /usr/lib/hcfusbmodem/modules/osusb.c: In function > `cnxtusbhcf_OsUsbMakeControlRequest': > /usr/lib/hcfusbmodem/modules/osusb.c:1244: error: assignment of > read-only location > /usr/lib/hcfusbmodem/modules/osusb.c: In function > `cnxtusbhcf_OsUsbMakeControlRequestSync': > /usr/lib/hcfusbmodem/modules/osusb.c:1311: error: assignment of > read-only location > make: *** [/usr/lib/hcfusbmodem/modules/osusb.o] Error 1 > make: *** [/usr/lib/hcfusbmodem/modules] Error 2 > make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/benh_kernel_2.6' > make: *** [all] Error 2 > > > I see the read only location! but I do this as root. The message refers to an operation in the program source not to a file, so it makes not difference whether you're root or not. > I'm a bit confused here. I cannot see where I go wrong. I tried getting the modem to work a month or so ago to find out that the hcfusbmodem-driver doesn't support 2.6. Michael said it would work but might cause kernel data to be corrupted (which is something you _don't_ want and which is something that is far from being stable and usable). I ended up booting 2.4 when I wanted to use the modem. Also note that AFAIK the "free" driver restricts the modem to 33k baud - 56k is only possible with the commerical driver.  http://lists.debian.org/debian-powerpc/2004/02/msg00206.html Johannes -- 3. The most fun you can have with your clothes on.
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