Shawn R. Austin
austinsr at uindy.edu
Thu Oct 14 18:43:07 UTC 2004
You need to install the kernel-source rpm that matches your kernel
The headers will then be in /usr/src/linux-YOURKERNELVERSION
On Thu, 2004-10-14 at 13:32, Doug Simpson wrote:
> I am trying to install and make a wireless adapter work using ndiswrapper
> but after all the rpm fiasco of this needing that, that needing something
> else, and something else needing still another one, it go to where it
> wants kernel headers.
> Can't find them anywhere. . .
> Any ideas?
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