Right, any help greatly appreciated.
I am having trouble with this whole - compile, make thingy going on.
I am trying to install the D211 Nokia drivers for my laptop. Its a wireless and GSM card. But this is by the by. I ahave followed the instructions but they seem to require a lot of foreknowledge.
Its to do with the 'make' routine - it asks you to edit the config.mk and change the settings to match you flavour and version of linux.
Here is the link for the bits i am using. There is a PDF here that gives instructions.
I have unpacked the base code, and chosen the one for redhat 8 and above as i am running 9.
File is as follows (although you probobly know what it looks like)
LINUX=/usr/src/linux - This is the location of the Linux Source code
OS_RELEASE=2.4.2 - Kernel Version - i changed this bit
ROOTDIR=/ - Root dir for Kernel Module and Tool installation
SMAC2=d211fw.bin - Firmware for the radio card.
I then run the 'make all' command from the current dir (where the config.mk is) as the instructions say but i get some error messages.
I am logged in as root when I do this.
set -e; for d in src ui control; do make -c $d ; done
make: Entering directory '/usr/src/d211/src'
gcc -02 -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -fomit-frame-pointer -pipe -D__kernel__ -DMODULE -I../include iI/usr/src/linux/include -c dllc.c
make: gcc : Command not Found
make: ***[dllc.0] Error 127
make: Leaving directory /usr/src/d211/src
make: *** [all] Error 2
The bits I dont know about are the LINUX and ROOTDIR parameters.
1) Do I change these ?
2) Does the LINUX line ask for RedHat source files or the radio card source files
3) where are my Linux source files ?
4) Do I have the gcc program ?
5) what do these errors mean ?
Just give me an NLM any day.
Many thanks in advance.
CNE3, CNE4, CNE5, CNE6, MCP (nt 3.51 - heh, heh)