Why is /usr/src/linux named differently?
In past versions of openSUSE I had a directory named /usr/src/linux
I've installed openSUSE 10.3 on a reformatted drive and the same directory is now named /usr/src/linux-184.108.40.206-31 It seems to be some kind of reference to the kernel version.
Is there some option during installation to make sure the directory is named /usr/src/linux? It seems that the ../linx-220.127.116.11-31 creates a problem when trying to build an ATI driver. The rpm thinks there is no kernel-sources package installed when according to yast it's installed.
Thanks in advance,
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Jeez! I feel like such a knucklehead. Of course, a symbolic link.
Thanks! Greatly appreciated.
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