[Bdi4emc-help] kernel source

Gene Heskett gene.heskett at verizon.net
Fri Dec 30 19:37:36 CET 2005

On Friday 30 December 2005 11:34, David Szakovits wrote:
>the bdi-4.38 install went well for me, except
>networking.   in the past i have used the NFORCE
>drivers from nvidia to get the network card to work.
Thats not required.  There is a working, reverse engineered, nforce2 
driver for that, called 'forcedeth' in the kernel config, all you have 
to do it turn it on and build it.
>i have downloaded the latest files from nvidia,
>but the when i run the NFORCE install script, it
>complains that it does not have a precompiled
>driver for my (BDI) kernel and that it cannot find
>the kernel source so it can compile.
>i cant find the kernel source either!
>i presume i will need to use anonymous cvs to
>download the kernel.  but i am not sure where this
>is hosted (and what module to specify).
>i am stuck for the moment, can anyone point me in
>the right direction.
>Bdi4emc-help mailing list
>Bdi4emc-help at lists.ourproject.org

Cheers, Gene
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