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I have been trying to compile a patched driver for use with my RTL8187L wireless device and get this error.

rm -f ieee80211/Module.symvers 2>/dev/null
rm -f ieee80211/Modules.symvers 2>/dev/null
make -C ieee80211 all

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wlan0up:

Code:

#!/bin/sh
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if [ $SYSTEM = 2.4 ]
then
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