On 20 Nov 2003 at 10:39, John Peter wrote:No problem there - you did install from a cd right?(you must have, as you don't have connectivity). Use "apt-cdrom add" to put your install cd in your sources andI did that, and inserted the disk that has the kernal headers (disk 6)."apt-get install kernel-headers-`uname -r`"After a bit of CD-ROM activity, the following error was returned: Couldn't find package kernal-headers-2.4.18-bf2.4
^^^^^^ Kernel is spelled with two e's and no a's. Could that be the problem?
I tried it litterally as you stated above apt-get install kernel-headers-`uname -r` As well as trying it by fully typing out the package name: apt-get install kernal-headers-2.4.18-bf2.4_2.4.18-5_386.deb (also without the .deb) and apt-get still couldn't find it. Additionally, I gave dselect a try, and selected both the above kernal headers as well as the one specifically for Athlons (as I am using an Athlon 2500 Barton).#160; Everything allegedly went okay, but as before, I still get the "No rule to make targer `oldconfig' error" I'm about ready to start over from scratch yet again here.
Do you have the CD listed as a package source? If not, try 'apt-cdrom add' -Roberto
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