Originally posted by afrosheen
Mandrake screwed up and didn't include the kernel-source rpm with the download edition ISOs. If you installed from downloaded iso files and burned your own cds, you have to find a mandrake Contrib site and get the kernel source. Make SURE it matches your running kernel. Mandrake issued a new kernel-source package that's on the ftp mirrors that DOESN'T match your kernel. All mirrors should have both. To check which kernel you're running (should be -10) run uname -r and write that down. Go get that kernel-source rpm, install it, and run the driver installer again. Should work fine.
But i have installed the source twice and i get the same results!
the kernel is -10 ( uname -r) and the source is -10 but it doesn't work !