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Djack 01-31-06 01:29 PM

Debian amd64 - GeForce 6600GT - Path to kernel source
 
Hi

i`ve try compile driver and get error about: path to kernel source is bad.
i used --kernel-source-path (or sth like that) & somethink is wrong
when i use /usr or /usr/ script said not exists by when i use /usr/include/linux/ script change it to /usr/include/linux//include/linux so ive used /usr/include/linux/../../ & everythink is ok but i cant build kernel module

http://tkdami.net/~djack/logi/nvidia-installer.log

This is log when i used /usr/include/linux/../../ as path to kernel sources

netllama 01-31-06 01:35 PM

Re: Debian amd64 - GeForce 6600GT - Path to kernel source
 
/usr/include/linux/../../ is the same as /usr. I'm guessing that you don't have your kernel source in /usr.

Please post the installer log that results from running the nvidia installer without the --kerenl-source-path option.

Thanks,
Lonni

Djack 02-01-06 05:34 PM

Re: Debian amd64 - GeForce 6600GT - Path to kernel source
 
Re

I know its the same ...

as u wish no --kernel-source-path
http://tkdami.net/~djack/logi/nvidia-installer_3.log
path as /usr/include/linux/../../
http://tkdami.net/~djack/logi/nvidia-installer.log
path as /usr/include/linux/
http://tkdami.net/~djack/logi/nvidia-installer_1.log
here error is /usr/include/linux//include/linux
and 3rd path as /usr
http://tkdami.net/~djack/logi/nvidia-installer_2.log
dunno why /usr doesn`t work
kernel sources was 2.6.8-11 today in amd was update so next kernel sources it will be 2.6.8-16 but its l8et

netllama 02-01-06 05:54 PM

Re: Debian amd64 - GeForce 6600GT - Path to kernel source
 
The kernel source is traditionally installed somewhere under /usr/src. I've never seen it installed under /usr/include.

Please provide the output from the following commands:
uname -a
ls -l /lib/modules/`uname -r`
ls /usr/src/

Thanks,
Lonni


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