Le mardi 2 janvier 2007 20:20, Avishai a écrit : > Tom Raus wrote: > > Yes the error message that module format is invalid is related to for > > example your kernel source files not matching your actually installed > > kernel, or your kernel not living up to the expectations of the rt61 > > install. I have a rt61 wifi card aswell and I installed it with a 2.6.17 > > kernel (2.6.19 is giving me problems). I don't know about your system but > > upgrading your kernel should only take a few hours (especially doing it > > the debian way) > > > > Friendly regards, > > Tom R. > > Alright, I guess I'll bite the bullet and go ahead with the kernel > update. However, like I mentioned above, I don't have internet access > on my machine (that depends on the wireless working ...), so apt-get > won't work directly. Could you advise which kernel packages I should > download? All that I could find was kernel-image-2.6.18-3-amd64-di, > which means the Debian installer kernel. Is that good enough? Or am I > searching the wrong keywords? And am I to expect a massive dependency > hell upgrading manually like I intend to? Again, very thankful for your > help and patience, > Avishai. Kernel packages names have changed. Look at linux-image-2.6*.
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