If cipe truely doesn't need linux/modversions.h, try '>
linux/modversions.h' to make an empty file. Then gcc won't complain
aobout a missing file.
On Sun, 12 Aug 2001, alleycat,AT,wateredge,DOT,com wrote:
> i'm trying to compile cipe-1.5.2 on a cobalt qube-3 with a 2.2.16 kernel.
> problem is, ./configure generates a config.h file in the kernel module
> directory that #includes <linux/modversions.h>, which doesn't exist in the
> kernel sources i have. a bit of research indicates to me that this is an
> obsolete include file that's in the process of going away.
> just for yucks, i commented out the include, and the compile went ok, but
> make install fails because this results in a kernel module with unresolved
> references (no great surprise.)
> does anyone know what i have to do (./configure option?) to generate a
> Makefile and source that knows it doesn't need linux/modversions.h or uses
> the newer include, whatever it is?
> thanks in advance for any help.
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