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Yes, I downloaded the kernel source package with apt-get. They are now installed in /usr/src/kernel-- blabla , and I made a symlink /usr/src/linux to that dir. But what's funny, is that the version.h didn't show up in the /usr/src/linux/include/linux/ directory, after I installed the kernelsource... And I still get the same error msg when trying to ./configure alsa..
I believe and really hope that the numbers behind the files in /boot indicates what kernel version I have on my system. Because I was not really sure which kernel version was installed, until I saw those numbers and assumed they were correct. 2.2.20 is the suffix of those filenames, ie. vmlinuz-2.2.20. Then I used apt-get and found the kernel source matching that version number. Shouldn't I have done this?
Anyway, the version.h is still missing... And I miss playing my mp3s! Want to install Alsa.....!