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Old 02-07-2006, 05:09 PM   #16
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Thanks for the prompt reply and links. As per my earlier post, there is no forward-slash after "build." Regardless, I get the same message either way. So it looks like I need to compile a new kernel to get my simple kernel module to work. Please pardon my ignorance as I'm new to Linux and trying to use it for both personal and business purposes. I'm also taking an operating systems course that deals heavily with Linux/Unix and the questions being asked of us assume that we have previous experience with the OS despite the fact that many people do not and there are no prerequisites. Needless to say, I have many reasons to learn Linux quickly and efficiently. Are there any good books that you can recommend? I think I may be stopping by the library soon.


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