Originally Posted by kinasz
I believe you are missing your kernels header files or they are installed in the wrong place.
Get a copy of your kernels source and put it "/lib/modules/2.6.8-3-386/" then try again.
Thanks for replying kinasz,
I believe that this may be my problem as well, when I installed this Debian system the kernel headers where not installed. I used debians apt-get program to automatically download the correct header files and apt-get also installed them for me in the directory as you mentioned above. There are allot of files in that directory but I'm not sure if they are correct. Do you perhaps know where I can finds a list of the files that should be in that directory so that I can compare them?