>> I'm trying to configure vmware, and it says:
>> "What is the location of the directory of C header files that match
>> your running kernel?"
>> I am running kernel 2.4.9-31, but /usr/src only has linux-2.4.9-13 as a
>> directory. Where do I find the answer to this question?
> the normal place is /usr/src/linux, which is usually a sym-link to
> if you compiled your kernel yourself, you should know where the header
> files are: they're in the kernel source tree. if (god forbid) you
> installed your kernel with rpm, then they could be anywhere or
> nowhere... check the kernel rpm if it lists them (IIRC `rpm -qf'). if
> they're not in there, there may be a kernel source rpm, or an rpm with
> the kernel header files.
Well, I guess that explains it. I think I had up2date install the newer
kernel via rpm, and rpm -qf kernel only gives me the older kernel source.
I think I'll just go back to the older version, and remove the newer.
Thanks for your quick reply.
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