Re: /usr/src is empty
On Wed, May 02, 2001 at 12:20:53AM -0400, John Willey wrote:
> Feeling rather silly, but I don't seem to have anything in this
> directory. I was trying to compile the drivers for a Linksys 10/100
> PCI card, and it couldn't find various files. I checked, and
> discovered that nothing is in there.
> FWIW, I gave up and installed a 3COM card.
> Still, I need to sort out the missing source files problem, as I'd
> like to try mucking about with the kernel. I'm somewhat experienced
> at USING Linux (as opposed to configuring), but I've never had this
> problem. In the past with other distributions everything seems to be
> there. I'm sure this is an obvious issue for some of you, but I'm
> rather stumped. Yes, /usr/src is EMPTY.
> I've got potato and 2.2.19. Any advice? Most of my linux experience
> is with OLD versions of MkLinux, and some various BSD thrown in. Now
> I'm trying to re-enter the 21st century, and things seem to have
> I need to get this going so I can IPMASQ and kill the Win2K NAT box
> (Please, please don't ask. We all do things we're ashamed of.)
> Thanks for your patience. I'm assuming I screwed up somewhere in the install.
You just need to install the kernel source.
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