Network problem, kernel compile problem

Network problem, kernel compile problem

Post by Avishai Kere » Fri, 14 Apr 1995 04:00:00

When trying to compile the kernel (slackware 2.2.0, linux 1.2.3, installed
disk sets A, AP, D, N), I get:
       make: *** drivers: No such file or directory.  Stop.
       make: *** Ydep Error 127

To fix it I copied the directory /drivers to /usr/src/linux-1.2.3 and now
it compiles OK.



1. A problem when Kernel compile. (about networking option)

I was activate Netfilter in Kernel options.
(In detail, the option is "Network packet filtering" and " Socket filtering")

and compiled the Kernel & Modules.

and reboot.

then I had a problem.

when Bringing up interface (eth0) I got a message.

"Cannot send dump request : connect refused"

what's wrong with my configuration.

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