2.4.21, so far my nvidia.o (video driver) module > is working. > Although, I did make && make install for my nvnet (onboard LAN adapter > driver) module. > I added nvnet to /etc/modules , added "alias eth0 nvnet" to > /etc/modules.conf, and rebooted.. > > My settings are correct in /etc/networking/interfaces, as these are the same > settings i used before the kernel > upgrade. After the reboot, lsmod shows nvnet is running.. but it seems when i > try to run "ifconfig", it just appears > to lock up. tryinging to ping a box on my LAN fails, too. > > What I explained what i did above is what it says in the README for my > nforce2 motherboard linux drivers.. This, I'm pretty sure, is how I did it > last time. > > Am I missing something? > > Thanks, > > SYNeR > >[/quote] Make sure that when you 'make-kpkg kernel_image kernel_headers' that you have that kernel_headers target in there. Then install the kernel headers themselvs along with the kernel image. Once the headers are installed creat a symlink to the directory by 'ln -sf kernel-headers-2.4.21/ linux-2.4.21' Once that is done, reboot and then 'make && make install' in the nforce/ directory. I'm not sure why, but the Makefile for the nforce drivers relies on the modversions.h file which is only in the kenel headers. It will also only build the module for the currently running kernel (without modifying the Makefile). HTH, -Roberto ___________________________________________________ Yahoo! Messenger - Nueva versión GRATIS Super Webcam, voz, caritas animadas, y más... [url]http://messenger.yahoo.es[/url] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [email]debian-user-request@lists.debian.org[/email] with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? 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After the reboot, lsmod shows nvnet is running.. but it seems[/quote][/quote] when i[quote][quote] > > try to run "ifconfig", it just appears > > to lock up. tryinging to ping a box on my LAN fails, too. > > > > What I explained what i did above is what it says in the README for my > > nforce2 motherboard linux drivers.. This, I'm pretty sure, is how I did[/quote][/quote] it[quote][quote] > > last time. > > > > Am I missing something? > > > > Thanks, > > > > SYNeR > > > >[/quote] > > Make sure that when you 'make-kpkg kernel_image[/quote] kernel_headers'[quote] > that you have that kernel_headers target in there. Then install the[/quote] kernel[quote] > headers themselvs along with the kernel image. Once the headers are[/quote] installed[quote] > creat a symlink to the directory by 'ln -sf kernel-headers-2.4.21/ > linux-2.4.21' > > Once that is done, reboot and then 'make && make install' in the nforce/ > directory. I'm not sure why, but the Makefile for the nforce drivers[/quote] relies[quote] > on the modversions.h file which is only in the kenel headers. It will[/quote] also[quote] > only build the module for the currently running kernel (without modifying[/quote] the[quote] > Makefile). > > HTH, > > -Roberto > > ___________________________________________________ > Yahoo! Messenger - Nueva versión GRATIS > Super Webcam, voz, caritas animadas, y más... > [url]http://messenger.yahoo.es[/url] > > > -- > To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [email]debian-user-request@lists.debian.org[/email] > with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact[/quote] [email]listmaster@lists.debian.org[/email][quote] > >[/quote] I didn't do the debian method of kernel upgrading, I simply grabbed the 2.4.20 source tgz, and created /usr/src/linux-2.4.20 source tree (/usr/src/linux being a symlink)... So shouldn't the headers be part of that. 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nvnet module not working after kernel (and module) recompile - Debian

--- SYNeR <tups77tsn.cc> escribió: > Hi all, > > I upgraded from 2.4.20 --> 2.4.21, so far my nvidia.o (video driver) module > is working. > Although, I did make && make install for my nvnet (onboard LAN adapter > driver) module. > I added nvnet to /etc/modules , added "alias eth0 nvnet" to > /etc/modules.conf, and rebooted.. > > My settings are correct in /etc/networking/interfaces, as these are the same > settings i used before the kernel > upgrade. After the reboot, lsmod shows nvnet is running.. but it seems when i > try to run "ifconfig", it just ...

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    Default Re: nvnet module not working after kernel (and module) recompile

    --- SYNeR <tups77tsn.cc> escribió:
    > Hi all,
    >
    > I upgraded from 2.4.20 --> 2.4.21, so far my nvidia.o (video driver) module
    > is working.
    > Although, I did make && make install for my nvnet (onboard LAN adapter
    > driver) module.
    > I added nvnet to /etc/modules , added "alias eth0 nvnet" to
    > /etc/modules.conf, and rebooted..
    >
    > My settings are correct in /etc/networking/interfaces, as these are the same
    > settings i used before the kernel
    > upgrade. After the reboot, lsmod shows nvnet is running.. but it seems when i
    > try to run "ifconfig", it just appears
    > to lock up. tryinging to ping a box on my LAN fails, too.
    >
    > What I explained what i did above is what it says in the README for my
    > nforce2 motherboard linux drivers.. This, I'm pretty sure, is how I did it
    > last time.
    >
    > Am I missing something?
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > SYNeR
    >
    >
    Make sure that when you 'make-kpkg <options here> kernel_image kernel_headers'
    that you have that kernel_headers target in there. Then install the kernel
    headers themselvs along with the kernel image. Once the headers are installed
    creat a symlink to the directory by 'ln -sf kernel-headers-2.4.21/
    linux-2.4.21'

    Once that is done, reboot and then 'make && make install' in the nforce/
    directory. I'm not sure why, but the Makefile for the nforce drivers relies
    on the modversions.h file which is only in the kenel headers. It will also
    only build the module for the currently running kernel (without modifying the
    Makefile).

    HTH,

    -Roberto

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    Default Re: nvnet module not working after kernel (and module) recompile


    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Roberto Sanchez" <rcsanchez97yahoo.es>
    To: <debian-userlists.debian.org>
    Sent: Friday, July 11, 2003 11:03 PM
    Subject: Re: nvnet module not working after kernel (and module) recompile

    > --- SYNeR <tups77tsn.cc> escribió:
    > > Hi all,
    > >
    > > I upgraded from 2.4.20 --> 2.4.21, so far my nvidia.o (video driver)
    module
    > > is working.
    > > Although, I did make && make install for my nvnet (onboard LAN adapter
    > > driver) module.
    > > I added nvnet to /etc/modules , added "alias eth0 nvnet" to
    > > /etc/modules.conf, and rebooted..
    > >
    > > My settings are correct in /etc/networking/interfaces, as these are the
    same
    > > settings i used before the kernel
    > > upgrade. After the reboot, lsmod shows nvnet is running.. but it seems
    when i
    > > try to run "ifconfig", it just appears
    > > to lock up. tryinging to ping a box on my LAN fails, too.
    > >
    > > What I explained what i did above is what it says in the README for my
    > > nforce2 motherboard linux drivers.. This, I'm pretty sure, is how I did
    it
    > > last time.
    > >
    > > Am I missing something?
    > >
    > > Thanks,
    > >
    > > SYNeR
    > >
    > >
    >
    > Make sure that when you 'make-kpkg <options here> kernel_image
    kernel_headers'
    > that you have that kernel_headers target in there. Then install the
    kernel
    > headers themselvs along with the kernel image. Once the headers are
    installed
    > creat a symlink to the directory by 'ln -sf kernel-headers-2.4.21/
    > linux-2.4.21'
    >
    > Once that is done, reboot and then 'make && make install' in the nforce/
    > directory. I'm not sure why, but the Makefile for the nforce drivers
    relies
    > on the modversions.h file which is only in the kenel headers. It will
    also
    > only build the module for the currently running kernel (without modifying
    the
    > Makefile).
    >
    > HTH,
    >
    > -Roberto
    >
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    >
    I didn't do the debian method of kernel upgrading, I simply grabbed the
    2.4.20 source tgz, and
    created /usr/src/linux-2.4.20 source tree (/usr/src/linux being a
    symlink)... So shouldn't the headers
    be part of that. Also, wouldn't the make && make install of the nvnet driver
    have failed if the headers
    weren't installed?


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    Default Re: nvnet module not working after kernel (and module) recompile

    --- SYNeR <tups77tsn.cc> escribió:
    >
    > I didn't do the debian method of kernel upgrading, I simply grabbed the
    > 2.4.20 source tgz, and
    > created /usr/src/linux-2.4.20 source tree (/usr/src/linux being a
    > symlink)... So shouldn't the headers
    > be part of that. Also, wouldn't the make && make install of the nvnet driver
    > have failed if the headers
    > weren't installed?
    Good point. I am not sure, since I build my kernel the Debian way.

    -Roberto

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