help!

Derek Schuff schuffdl at ornl.gov
Thu Jul 8 09:06:44 EDT 2004


have you enabled PCMCIA support in your kernel, or are you using the separate pcmcia-cs package? 
the first message suggests that you have not enabled PCMCIA in the kernel (you do have your kernel 
source installed, right?), so if you are using the pcmcia-cs package, you have to define PCMCIA_PATH
in the Makefile (it's right there at the top). Also you need to have linux wireless extensions enabled in your
kernel as well.


On Thursday 08 July 2004 09:00 am, capacity77 at tin.it wrote:
> Hi there!
> I've got a problem trying to install HostAP 004, I got this error message:
> 
> Makefile:38: WARNING: No kernel PCMCIA support found and PCMCIA_PATH is
> not defined
> Makefile:45: WARNING: Linux wireless extensions, CONFIG_NET_RADIO, not enabled
> in the kernel
> make: *** No rule to make target `/usr/src/linux/.config'.  Stop.
> 
> I'm using linux 2.6.3, sure it works on this version  but it's better precising
> it.
> thanx a lot.
> capacity.
> 
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