(I posted this in the Networking Forum, but it got already flushed to page 2, maybe it's more a "newbie" subject...)
I'm trying to install my Zyxel ADSL 630-11 modem. Here's the story:
I found the amedyn package in sourcefoge.net (sourceforge.net/projects/zyxel630-11/ ), I had the "make" problem due to my downloaded SuSE version, so I downloaded gcc, glibc, all the libraries required by the amedyn package (linux-atm, libusb, etc), and now I got to the next roadblock:
When "making" the package, first I got the following error:
br2684ctl.c:9:17: atm.h: No such file or directory
so I changed the code in br2684ctl.c
Now it found atm.h, but I get the following error when compiling:
/lib/modules/2.6.4-52-smp/build/include/linux/atm.h:211: error: parse error before "uint32_t"
Just to check I replaced "uint32_t" with "int" in atm.h, and it swallowed it, but that will not work at the end, for sure, I might get ugly results (I donīt know the uint32_t type)...
Now I also see I will have problems with if.h, I get error messages from there, too.
Now the question:
I imagine this is some kinf of missing library for gcc, I found a lot of RPM's in RPM Search, among them uClibc, and will install them as soon as I get to it again, but wanted to know if someone had similar problems before.
Any help or advice would be really appreciated, I tried to search all forums I know, but seems that everyone installing amedyn got at least so far, that they could compile the thing...