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Re: 2.6.11 kernel in sarge?

On Monday, 11.07.2005 at 17:47 +0530, L.V.Gandhi wrote:

> > B. Download the most recent source package from Debian and build it
> > using make-kpkg
> > 
> > -> No, unnecessary.  And, in any case, you will probably need to go
> > outside Sarge to get the source for the more recent kernel anyway!
> I would like to make myself more clear here.
> There are two specific situations as below.
> I want to compile a driver for example slmodemd. For this I had source
> fron debian site downloaded and installed. This gave only .bz2 file in
> /usr/src. I extracted the same in /usr/src. Still I get error no
> kernel source. 

What command did you issue which gave "no kernel source" as an error?

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