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Re: sshfs?

On Wed, May 10, 2006 at 09:29:23 +0300, Vladimir Zolotykh wrote:
> On Tue, 9 May 2006 20:24:07 +0200
> Florian Kulzer <florian@molphys.leidenuniv.nl> wrote:
> > Try installing the "module-assistant" package; then run (as root)
> > 
> > module-assistant a-i fuse 
> > 
> > (I don't use Sarge, therefore I am not 100% certain if it will work like
> >  that, but "fuse-source" exists in Stable, so I would expect that the
> >  module assistant can build the module for you.)
> Sorry to bother you, however I got attracted by the posibility to use sshfs
> and tried to set up it for myself. All went fine until I got to the point
> which kernel-headers I should install
> module-assistant suggested
>   "install the package kernel-headers-2.4.27-1-386"
> however, `aptitude search kernel-headers' showed that there is no such
> one in the Stable.
>   uname -a
> said
>   2.4.27-1-386

If you can't find your kernel headers it means that they are no longer
in Stable, probably because the kernel was replaced by 2.4.27-2-386. You
can either upgrade to the new kernel image and use the headers from the
Debian repository or you can get the older headers package for your
kernel from snapshot.debian.net. However, I just had a look quickly and
it seems to me that the relevant part of the archive is missing:


So, you might have to upgrade to the newer kernel if you want to compile
modules yourself. Maybe somebody else has a better idea, I am not too
familiar with the particulars of the latest 2.4 Debian kernels. If the
2.4.27-2-386 and the 2.4.27-3-396 kernel versions were security-related
updates then it would probably a good idea to switch anyway.


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