[Klug-general] Help Please
macgyver at thedumbterminal.co.uk
Wed Jan 25 07:14:11 GMT 2006
On Tuesday 24 Jan 2006 19:40, Chris Wigzell wrote:
> Best wishes for the meeting in Dover. Sadly I cant make it, but would be
> grateful for some help.
> I am trying - I do it each year - to get Suse Linux going on my
> computer. I now have suse 10, but the same problems have arisen, well
> one only.
> I can't get the modem going. (Intel ham 536ep) I have downloaded the
> driver from Intel website, and have read the instructions. Most of it I
> can do; but the instructions say I must have the ' kernel source
> headers', which are on the DVD. How do I find these and recognise them?
> Where will they be? Where then do I put them? In the same directory as
> the modem installation files? Or what?
> If you can crack this for me I will set up my machine in France too, and
> those of some friends.
> Thanks in advance.
> Chris Wigzell
> Kent mailing list
> Kent at mailman.lug.org.uk
it's probably a lot easier to buy an external serial port modem, any one will
do as long as it's serial not usb. This will work instantly in linux and you
will not have to worry about compiling kernel drivers etc..
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