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oscpaulh
linux:/lib/modules/fglrx/build_mod # sh make.sh
ATI module generator V 2.0
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initializing...
kernel includes at /usr/src/linux/include not found or incomplete
file: /usr/src/linux/include/linux/version.h
chrisw
i believe you need to install the kernel-source package that matches the kernel version you are running..
Jim
He is correct, you don't have the source code for your kernel.

This should get you started...

run the command
rpm -qa | gerp kernel

you should make sure that you have both a kernel-2.x.x..... and a kernel-source-2.x.x...... of matching versions

like mine prints out
kernel-2.6.3.7mdk
kernel-source-2.6.3.7mdk


This means that I have both the 2.6.3.7 kernel and source code installed.

If you don't let us know what kernel version you are running and we can help you get the source code.

If you are unsure as to what kernel version you are running, run the command
uname -r

And that will tell you what version you currently have running.

Goodluck.
oscpaulh
i know this is dumb but what key is this | and how do i get it because i cant find it
Robert83
Hi

you can find that key just above the , press SHIFT+ and you get | [this forum show this thing a bit different, the real simbol consists of two parst].


Sincerely
Robert B
Jim
Robert, you must be using a sun keyboard or something, the bang as it is called is located above the enter key. it usually looks like two lines on top of eachother, but when you put it on a screen it comes out as one. | its the shift of the key.
Robert83
sorry smile.gif

I mistyped... smile.gif

I meant above the Enter key...
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