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Re: Re: Voodoo 3

Actually I believe that versions.h is made when you compile with kernel versio
n headers on (not quite the correct terminology here I think) and is made with
a 'mak
 make dep in the kernel source dir.  At least I think that is correct :)


On Sun, 20 Aug 2000 22:48:17 -0400 (EDT), Dave Bresson said:

> On Sun, 20 Aug 2000, David Bellows wrote:
>  > Hello all,
>  > 
>  > I'm now trying to configure my Voodoo 3 2000 card for fullscreen mode. 
>  > As far as I can tell I've installed everything from the Debian CDs
>  > pertaining to glide and mesa and 3dfx.  Now I'm left with a
>  > device3dfx.tar.gz in /usr/src.  When I untared and unzipped it I was
>  > given a modules directory.  I tried to compile anything in there I
>  > could, but was given the error  "missing
>  > /usr/src/linux/include/linux/version.h configure the kernel first".  Now
>  > I'm stuck.  Anyone have any hints?  Am I even going in the right
>  > direction?  I've read several docs, but I can't find anything yet.
>  > 
>  well, speaking from my own experience, the kernel source given by Debian
>  does not have a version.h.  However, the kernel-headers *do*, so if you
>  have the kernel-headers for your kernel installed, that is what
>  /usr/src/linux should be pointed to, as long as you're going to compile
>  against headers there.	of course, /usr/src/linux isn't really the way
>  doing things the way i understand it...but that should help you at least.
>  dave
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