I used the gcc which comes with Fedora Core 1 : gcc 3.3.2. Should this
cause a problem? Surely, Fedora Core 1 would include a gcc which could
From: Laur Ivan [mailto:laur.ivan at corvil.com]
Sent: 28 January 2004 12:02
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] When to fix a driver/when to upgrade a kernel?
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On Wednesday 28 January 2004 11:59, Dermot Daly wrote:
> HI Guys,
> I attempted to compile the ZyXel 630-11 USB ADSL Modem driver under
> Fedora Core 1 last night, using Caolan's HOWTO. I ran into a number
> of problems. (see below) 1. Initially, the make did not realise that
> the stock installed kernel (which is a 2.4.22 Kernel) included
> loadable module support. This appears to be caused by the fact that I
> have never compiled my kernel (really just installed it from the
> Fedora CDs). By running make oldconfig from /usr/src/Linux2.4
> generated the .config file, and the make could now go further.
> 2. However, br2684ctl.c does not compile (with missing #defines by the
> looks of it).
> 3. I tried doing a make dep from /usr/src/Linux2.4 and this makes
> even worse.
from the "silly questions" class: have you used gcc3.2?
Laur Ivan Tel : +353-1-6674336
Software Design Engineer eMail:
laur.ivan at corvil.com
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