Re: I have no /usr/src/linux/ sources
On Wed, 2004-09-22 at 23:50, Wolfgang Pfeiffer wrote:
> Hi Eric
> Sorry for the late answer. But I don't have the time to check the
> messages on debian-user more often.
> On Sat, 2004-09-18 at 15:03, Eric Dickner wrote:
> > I am trying to compile some <foo>.src.rpm files. When
> > I try to do this they look for headers under the
> > /usr/src/linux link. I installed linux from CD's
> > originally and they didn't put anything there...I
> > don't even have that link.
> > I downloaded a source kernel from kernel.org and many
> > of the instructions I found told me to put the source
> > there...BUT the readme from kernel.org specifically
> > told me NOT to put it there.
> Great to hear that! It's NOT necessary to have /usr/src/linux, as far
> I can see: You can compile your .deb packages (probably all .deb
> packages) somewhere in your user directory, with any need to cd to
should say: " .... without any need ... "
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