[etherlab-users] ./configure error

Jun Yuan j.yuan at rtleaders.com
Wed Oct 29 10:03:18 CET 2014

Hi Wuybit,

I think the Etherlab actually needs the linux-headers, not necessary the
whole linux-source.
It would be nice if you send the "configure" file in your Etherlab1.5.2
directory as an attachment in the next email,
and post the output of the following commands on your system.

$ uname -a
$ ls /usr/src/
$ ls /lib/modules
$ ls -l /lib/modules/`uname -r`

Best Regards,

On 29 October 2014 08:46, wuybit <wuybit at 126.com> wrote:

>   Hi,
> I use Debian6.04 and Etherlab1.5.2.
> When I do ./configure, it comes out that "no linux-source",please
> --with-linux-dir.
> I see the /usr/src,but there is nothing.
> So I do this "apt-get install linux-source", make source code to
> /usr/src, and then do ./configure.
> It did't change.
> How to solve this problem?
> 2014-10-29
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