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Re: Question Compilation doesn't create a /pcmcia directory, but no errors were reported (Pierre Bedel)
Date: 2000, Aug 09
From: David Hinds <>

Look at the definition of MODDIR in config.out; that is where your
modules were installed.

Or redo "make install" and see where it is putting things.

-- Dave

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Sad It must be some obvious mistake but I can't figure it out

Re: None Well, they are going somewhere (David Hinds)
Date: 2000, Aug 10
From: Pierre Bedel pbedel

I am now pretty sure i did a stupid mistake somewhere, is it due to the "CONFIG_PCMCIA is not defined" line ?

Here is my config.out file, thanks for helping. Pierre.

# Automatically generated by 'make config' -- don't edit!
LINUX="/usr/src/linux" PREFIX="/var/tmp/kernel-2.2.14-5.0-root" MODDIR="/lib/modules/2.2.14-5.0" KFLAGS="" UFLAGS="" PCDEBUG="" USE_APM=y
# UNSAFE_TOOLS is not defined
# CONFIG_CARDBUS is not defined
# CONFIG_PNP_BIOS is not defined
CONF_SRC=1 # Options from current kernel CHECK="/proc/version" CKSUM="2576201644 149"
# CONFIG_PCMCIA is not defined
# CONFIG_SMP is not defined
# CONFIG_NET_RADIO is not defined
# CONFIG_TR is not defined
# CONFIG_NET_FASTROUTE is not defined
# CONFIG_2GB is not defined
# CONFIG_3GB is not defined
CONFIG_ISA=y UTS_RELEASE="2.2.14-5.0" UTS_VERSION="#1 lun aoŻ 7 23:31:54 CEST 2000" LINUX_VERSION_CODE=131598 NEW_QLOGIC=y HAS_PROC_BUS=y SYSV_INIT=y RC_DIR="/etc/rc.d" INSTALL_DEPMOD=y # HAS_FORMS is not defined

1. None PREFIX setting by David Hinds, 2000, Aug 10

Ok Problem solved

Re: None Well, they are going somewhere (David Hinds)
Date: 2000, Aug 10
From: Pierre Bedel pbedel

I downloaded the 3.1.19 modules, they installed perfectly and everything is now working smoothly. Nice work David.

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