After reading all the forum entries and tutorials I could find, which all make it sound very easy to do, however I type the command 'make' in the folder where I have the "rtl8192su_linux_2.4_2.6.0003.1019.2009.tar.gz " unzipped and get the following output:
make: Entering directory `/lib/modules/188.8.131.52-45.fc14.i686/build' make: *** No rule to make target `modules'. Stop. make: Leaving directory `/lib/modules/184.108.40.206-45.fc14.i686/build'
i'm trying to install driver for some PCI device but i have problems with it - when i run it it gives me an error
Code: Select allmake: Entering directory `/lib/modules/2.6.32-5-686/build' make: *** No rule to make target `modules'. Stop. make: Leaving directory `/lib/modules/2.6.32-5-686/build'
i've tried to find solution in internets but have no success usually they say that problem is that ppl forget to download kernel-headers and kernel-sources or unpack kernel-sources or make symlink usr/src/linux but i've done it all and the result is the same.i think the root of problem is that `/lib/modules/ 2.6.32-5-686/build' folder is empty but there have to be this RULE, so what i have to do to have it there? my system is Debian 6.0.10 Squeeze, Kernel 2.6.32-5-686.
I am relatively new to linux and am running into a problem. I just got a new laptop and need to configure/install it's wireless driver but am getting an error when running "make". The error is: make: Entering directory `/lib/modules/220.127.116.11-1.2-desktop/build' make: *** No rule to make target `modules'. Stop.
I have scoured these forums and know that others have the same issue (when configuring other drivers/programs). I am sorry if this post is redundant. It sounds like the Makefile is pointing to the wrong directory. I am using opensuse 11.4, have make and gcc installed. My kernel is linux-18.104.22.168-1.2 (I just re-installed the desktop kernel to make sure it was up to date). The driver I am trying to install is located here: AUR (en) - rtl8192ce.
Another forum suggests pointing somewhere in the /usr/src/linux-22.214.171.124-1.2 directory instead. Is this correct? Should I be pointing to a folder within this? I am not a programmer but any description about what I am actually putting in this directory and why would be awesome (so I can learn a bit more). Or just helping me solve the problem would be great too.
I am following the instructions on Section 8.1.* Device Driver ConceptsHere I was able to proceed till section 8.1.4.After making the hello.c file,the make file and patching the Kconfig as mentioned,I tried to run the $ make ARCH=ARM CROSS_COMPILE=xscale_be- gconfig This gave error as:make: *** No rule to make target `gconfig'. Stop.I am not sure if my kernel is correctly compliled,but I was able to complie and build the kernel for arm before by cloning the kernel and building from the following link without any error. https://omapzoom.org/gf/project/omap...ux+OMAP+Kernel
I've had qmail running on a server for three years, almost forgot how difficult that installation was. I got away with it because I downloaded Qmail Rocks and followed all their instructions step by step. However, Qmail Rocks is based on qmail 1.03. I just had to install qmail on a new server, so this time I looked around and found netqmail 1.06 and decided to go with it, following the instructions on Life With Qmail. It was a good decision. A read a lot more documentation and now I understand qmail a lot better.
But I can't get past one point: authentication. Consider this test on Qmail Rocks: Code: telnet localhost 25 Trying 127.0.0.1... Connected to localhost. Escape character is '^]'. 220 somewhere.anywhere.com ESMTP ehlo localhost 250-somewhere.anywhere.com 250-AUTH LOGIN CRAM-MD5 PLAIN 250-AUTH=LOGIN CRAM-MD5 PLAIN 250-STARTTLS 250-PIPELINING 250 8BITMIME starttls 220 ready for tls quit quit Connection closed by foreign host.
That test works fine on my old server. But qmail behaves differently on my new server: Code: # netqmail-1.06> telnet localhost 25 Trying 127.0.0.1... Connected to localhost. Escape character is '^]'. 220 domain.com ESMTP ehlo localhost 250-domain.com 250-PIPELINING 250 8BITMIME starttls 502 unimplemented (#5.5.1) quit 221 domain.com Connection closed by foreign host.
That same page on Qmail Rocks says that I need to have a certificate, the procedure is described here. The installation procedure given by LWQ does not include that step. Running 'make cert' inside the source directory of netqmail-1.06 does not work: Code: # netqmail-1.06> make cert make: *** No rule to make target `cert'. Stop.
In my vast ignorance, I copied /var/qmail/control/servercert.pem from my old server over to the new one. I also fixed all ownership and permissions. I don't know if I am allowed to do that. But although those are two different boxes, I am in fact installing the same domain in the new box. The new server is going to replace the old one as soon as it's running perfectly. I restarted qmail and... authentication still does not work.
I recently bought a pci multi io card to give my pc 2 parallel ports. For Linux, Moschip supply the source plus makefile and instructions. I ran make as root and got an error message make: *** /lib/modules/126.96.36.199-0.2-desktop/build/: No such file or directory. So I created a folder called build in /lib/modules/188.8.131.52-0.2-desktop but that isn't good enough as I still get an error cannot make target modules. So I assume there must be something in the build folder. So what packages do I have to install to get the correct environment to be able to build the driver? Has anyone done this and can supply the driver for 11.2?
I'm attempting to build cloog-ppl-0.15.10 but even the configure script tells that everything look good, "make" complains saying "No rule to make target `m4/libtool.m4`, ...". I'm running Scientific Linux 5.5 on a x86_64 machine.
I have googlled and get these commands to install extracted .tar.gz file such as ./configure, make and make install, after extraction it becomes a directory called eclipse. But when i giving these commands also i got error like this
I need to modify fs/open.c and fs/read_write.c to make my modifications. I cannot find any options in 'make menuconfig' to make these files modules rather than compiled elements. I'm thinking these cannot be modules because the file system won't work without open.c and read_write.c. Is this correct - I cannot compile fs/open.c and fs/read_write.c as modules, only as compiled elements? Or, is there some way for a module to overwrite these routines when the module is installed and re-enable the routines when the module is removed?
I want to install EVMS n machines with openSuse 11.2. The EVMS installation procedure (EVMS: Installation: Installing the EVMS Tools), point 3, says to do: "make install". I'm in the correct folder, there is the file Makeinstall.ini, but just try to run the command I've an error (make cannot have install like target).
this is my output:
linux-vxth:/usr/src/evms-2.5.5 # ls .makefile.swo INSTALL.initrd aclocal.m4 engine po .makefile.swp Makefile.in autoconf include tests COPYING PLUGIN.IDS config.h.in intl ui
I tried too rename "Makefile.in" into "makefile" and "make.rules.in" into "make.rules", but then I have other problems
I have an old version of DSL installed, followed by XP. On a further partition I installed Debian 6. Installation of Debian went smoothly, including the final detection of the other two OS for Grub. I had expected that the Debian-version of Grub would override/overwrite the one that came when I installed DSL. It did not - when I boot, Grub comes up with the old DSL menu, in which Debian is not included.
From what I've been reading about Grub, there's two "fases", first in MBR, that points to the second part where the actual boot-commands are given, in my case stored in DSL. When I open the Grub config-file in Debian, both DSL and XP are correctly listed.
Now I'm not sure what to do - I'm a bit hesitant to try and point grub-fase-1 to Debian (if I can write the correct lines at all, I'm very insecure on that) - if that fails, I cannot boot at all. But I'm not really sure either how to formulate a new rule in the DSL-grub, to make Debian boot from the existing menu.
I've been trying to load my pcmcia network card driver "xirc2ps_cs" at startup with no success. I have added "modprobe xirc2ps_cs" to the rc.modules file but it doesn't load at startup. Curiously, though, if I execute rc.modules AFTER the machine has booted it will load the modules just fine. Just not during the boot up process. Thinking that hotstart might have been causing problems I've disabled hotstart (chmod -x) temporarilly to remove it from the picture, but there was no change.
I am trying to install iscsi-target on centos 5.4 i386. When I go into the iscsi-target directory and type make I get the following error: [root@cluster-storage iscsitarget-1.4.19]# make cc: /lib/modules/2.6.18-164.el5/build/include/linux/version.h: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden cc: keine Eingabedateien /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -le: unary operator expected /bin/sh: line 0: [: -lt: unary operator expected make -C usr make: Entering directory `/opt/iscsitarget-1.4.19/usr' ..... make: *** [kernel] Fehler 2