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Re: linksys lne100tx v4

On Mon, 28 May 2001, Denzil Kelly wrote:

>Has anyone had any success getting this card to
>install. I'm having trouble getting the drivers to
>compile. The errors I'm getting when I run make are:
>gcc -DMODULE -D__KERNEL__ -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes
>-O6 -I/usr/src/linux/include   -c -o pci-skeleton.o
>pci-skeleton.c:89: linux/modversions.h: No such file
>or directory
>In file included from pci-skeleton.c:111:
>kern_compat.h:38: linux/modversions.h: No such file or
>make: *** [pci-skeleton.o] Error 1

First of all, what precisely are you doing?  It looks like you got the
module source from skyld, but don't have the kernel source to go with it.
If you DO have the source, you need to run make config, menuconfig, or xconfig,
depending on your preferences.   The configuration should've set up a
symlink so that the file was within the "include" line of GCC.  Obviously
this failed.  I cannot feature a kernel that fails to provide
<topdir>/include/linux/modversions.h: that would be practically
impossible.  So your problem is again either 1) you don't have the kernel
sources at all or 2) you missed a step in the configurration.  BTW, since
you have a LNE100TXv4, I assume that you know that you need a 2.4.X
kernel, right?

For the record, I am running a Linksys right now perfectly.  I have tulip
in the kernel and bring it up as a static IP.  I am running 2.4.4 and sid.

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