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Default Nforce 2 Drivers & Debian (Woody)

Hi, I'm trying to get the Nforce 2 Drivers running on a pretty standard Debian Woody Install. I'm running the 2.4.18 kernel (the optional one in Woody, the other is 2.2.x - too old), and the installer tells me that the kernel is not supported so I need to specify the source path.

So I got the source for my kernel, all unpacked, ran the installer again with source path specified and now it tells me that I need to provide the source output path.

I can't find any reference to this anywhere so can someone please give me some guidance?

Thanks in advance.
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