Re: 2.6.28 + nvidia closed source
Mark Allums a écrit :
> Anthony Campbell wrote:
> I need driver version 180.29. I have not been
>> able to install this, either with the Nvidia installer or with
>> module-assistant. Possibly this is because the linux-headers for this
>> kernel are not installable (because kbuild for it is not available).
> That has been my experience. I can't compile a new interface module,
> because I can't install the proper headers, because the kbuild
> infrastructure is not available.
> When can we expect either a proper kernel kbuild, or a decoupling of
> dependencies that will allow building out-of-tree kernel modules without
> needing kbuild?
> Mark Allums
This was posted not long ago in a similar thread :
Gilles Mocellin wrote :
> Le Wednesday 04 February 2009 00:26:41 Alex Samad, wrote :
>> I have been using the kernel snapshot repo to grab a 2.6.28 kernel, >>but
>> I notice they are not building a kbuild package and thus I can't >>build
>> modules against the kernel.
>> How are other people building their 2.6.28 kernel and/or kbuild
> I've just rebuilt it for me (I use the nvidia driver).
> It's not really hard :
> You must have the deb-src line in /etc/apt/sources.list :
> deb http://kernel-archive.buildserver.net/debian-kernel trunk main
> deb-src http://kernel-archive.buildserver.net/debian-kernel trunk main
> To be able to compile, instal build-essentials.
> $ apt-get source linux-kbuild-2.6-2.6.28
> $ cd linux-kbuild-2.6-2.6.28
> $ dpkg-buildpackage
> $ cd ..
> $ dpkg -i linux-kbuild-2.6.28_2.6.28-1~snapshot.12595_amd64.deb
> After that, you can install linux-headers-2.6.28-1-amd64,
> and m-a a-i nvidia ...
Sorry for the long an messy quote, hope it helps anyway.