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I'm trying to install a driver for my Intel Pro/100 VE ethernet card but when i do a makefile, the terminal outputs a message saying that it cannot find my kernel source. In redhat 9 with kernel 2.4.20-18.9, where is the source and how should i modify the following (called Makefile) to search that path?
(i think this is the only part of the program needed to correct my problem, near the bottom)
find the correct one, install it and then update your makefile( there should be a line in Makefile like this one:
change it to your: /usr/kernel-source/include ;
note that it should point to include folder of your kernel source.
From then on it should be easy.