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Old 04-02-2006, 04:41 AM   #1
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noobie question about file placement

I want to insatll the ndiswrapper where would the best place to put the files?
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The "make install" step will install the files in various places under the /usr hierarchy. You could supply an option to use the base directory of "/usr/local/" if you wanted to. Many of the files will be placed in the kernel module source tree regardless.


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