Re: missing file
> Anyone know what package stddef.h is in?
Although I knew the answer, I asked it
and it also told me your package is libc5-dev or libc6-dev.
> I had to re-install debian in
> attempts to get my AWE32 drivers to work. I had this problem the first
> time around and can't remember how I fixed it. BTW, someone mentioned
> running 'make-kpkg clean' to get things into order so that the AWE
> drivers package would take hold, but I still try to compile the kernel
> and the driver is not evident, there are no questions relating to the
> AWE driver during 'make config'.
Ah, you're compiling your kernel and then you get a missing file
stddef.h? Although I've never kompiled a kernel the debian-way,
I'd say your kernel package isn't installed properly, as the kernel
provides (and uses) it's own header files. Don't know what went wrong.
> the install.sh script executes
> without error, and the files are moved into /usr/src/linux's
> subdirectories. Anyone know what might be going on?
I really should take alook at the debian kernel packagre some day!
Looks rather strange to me, but never mind.
joost witteveen, email@example.com
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