[ltp] Internal Modem on TP 600
Tue, 30 Oct 2001 21:27:59 +0000 (GMT)
--- Tim Marshall <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am completly new to Linux, so I would appreciate any
> help. I am running SuSe 7.2 on a TP 600
> OK I have downloaded the software and run the
> commands. And have also downloaded the kernel to the
> usrc/src/linux directory. But when I run ./configure I
> still get a message configure: error: *** You must
> specify the correct path to your linux kernel
> source tree in order to build the driver module.
> What is the source tree? What am I doing wrong.
> Any Help greatly appreciated
To use the internal modem on the TP600 you need two things:
1) in the kernel, the mwave driver
2) in userspace, the mwavem support program
The mwave driver is available as separate code which
can be compiled into a loadable kernel module. If you are
using a very recent kernel then the code is in the kernel
source tree; the driver will be compiled (still as a
module) if you choose this when you configure your kernel.
The mwavem program is available in source code form.
I have prepared a Debian binary package. There may also
exist an rpm somewhere.
Answer to your question
Assuming you are compiling the driver, you need to give
./configure the "--with-linuxsrcdir=" option with an argument
that names the patch to the source of the kenrel into which
you want to load the driver module.
Linux on ThinkPad 600 page: http://panopticon.csustan.edu/thood/tp600lnx.htm
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