[OpenAFS] Status on 2.6 Kernel?

Jack Neely jjneely@pams.ncsu.edu
Tue, 12 Oct 2004 12:16:43 -0400

On Tue, Oct 12, 2004 at 07:55:15AM -0700, e r0ck wrote:
> no change. but why would there be? the kernel headers in there are the
> same as in /usr/src/linux.

The 2.6 kernel has a completely different build system from the 2.4
kernel.  All the build magic that you need to build third party kernel
modules for your running kernel are to be found in 

   /lib/modules/`uname -r`/build

/usr/src/linux is the directory that contains the actual source code for
your kernel.  Very different.  However, if your running kernel was
compiled in /usr/src/linux then all the build stuff will have been
created there as well.

> i'm gonna try to get arla to work. 

Arla is much more stable than my patches.  Although, I do not understand
why you would be getting no space left on device with my patches and
normal behavior without.  I'd have to poke a bit more at it.

Jack Neely

Jack Neely <slack@quackmaster.net>
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