Originally posted by xukosky
I know the tutorial but it never worked for me, just forget it.
Hmm, that's a bit harsh to state a tutorial is worhtless just because it isn't working for you. I've been using this tutorial for ages and it works just fine...........
You mention: cube:/usr/src/modules/fglrx# sh make.sh
I'm not sure why you would wanna try it that way. I always use the make-kpkg one (You can now build the kernel module in several ways. Choose one, preferably the make-kpkg command.)
The command for that would be:
fakeroot make-kpkg --append-to-version "-flavour" --added-modules fglrx modules_image
-flavour being whatever your kernel is named after 2.x.y
Whenever I build a new ATI module for a new kernel I always forget this step (just before compiling the module):
if you are using a custom kernel, you'll have to build the kernel module yourself; change directory to /usr/src and unpack the module sources:
bzcat fglrx.tar.bz2 | tar x
Make sure you do that aswell.
It might not help you out, but the make-kpkg way has never failed me.