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Re: USB disk shows up late at boot

On Wed, 23 Dec 2009 20:18:44 -0500
Paul Cartwright <ale@pcartwright.com> wrote:

> On Wed December 23 2009, Stan Hoeppner wrote:
> > Back in the day I was exclusively using Debian kernel sources.  At one
> > point I wanted a newer kernel version than was available via the Debian
> > mirrors, so after reading in this document that it was possible, I started
> > getting my source from kernel.org.  When I upgraded to Lenny the latest
> > kernel source I could find via apt-cache search was 2.6.26.  The latest
> > stable kernel.org kernel was and I grabbed that.
> I guess I should have added.. one of the steps says to apt-get linux-headers:
> Install a set of kernel headers, matching the kernel for which the modules are 
> going to be built:
>      # apt-get install linux-headers-2.6.18-3-686
> I tried without success. what kernel+sources+headers should I be 
> trying?

I'm not sure exactly what you've tried, but if you're building the
kernel itself from source, you shouldn't be installing any header
packages - they're only for when you need to build stuff against a
kernel for which you don't have the source.

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