I'm having trouble with the .deb files obtained as the HowTo
I've created the two .deb on a machine, which rebooted on the new kernel with no problem. Then I installed the two .deb on a second machine and also this one booted on the new kernel with no problem.
But, on the second machine, when i try to compile modules, such as madwifi, the compilation fails with pretty strange errors (errors attached). Errors seems related to kernel source files missing or different. I did install the headers.deb too.
On the machine where the .deb have been obtained madwifi compiles.
However, I noticed that on that machine
link to the folder where I had compiled the kernel and not to the source folder obtained through the .deb
If i do change those links to point to the source folder obtained from the .deb, as it is on the second machine, then madwifi does not compile anymore
. I attach the diff of the two folders.
I'm currently re-doing the compilation process to be sure I did not skip any step (I already know I did not create a link to /usr/src/linux, but could that alone explain the problem?). I'll let you know the outcome of this second try.
Last piece of info: the kernel I'm compiling is the vanilla kernel 22.214.171.124 patched to install click as a kernel module (http://read.cs.ucla.edu/click/click-1.7.0rc1.tar.gz
, click-1.7.0rc1/etc/linux-126.96.36.199-patch). Madwifi is version 0.9.4, svn revisions 4007.