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Re: build own deb-packages



On Sat, Oct 14, 2006 at 13:36:04 +0200, Raphael Brunner wrote:
>Dear Users
>
>I know, this is a stupid question, but I can't find the common way to do
>this:
>
>I have a driver downloadet for my wlan-card. I must compile it with
>make, make install
>
>Now, I don't want to "make install". I want to build a .deb package and
>install this on my system.
>
>How is the common way in debian to do this? And if it's very hard to do
>this, is there also a easier way?

Just checking, have you confirmed that your driver isn't supported by
module-installer?

/M

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