Getting error while compiling my first kernel module in Fedora linux. But /usr/src/kernels/fcx86_64 does not exist. How can i get the source code for kernel source fcx86_64 & install it in the following path /usr/src/kernels?. As of Fedora 22 dnf has replaced yum as the default package manager. In the event you are Building a Kernel from the Fedora source tree. Building a Kernel from the - Building Only Kernel - Building Vanilla upstream. The sources must be the same version as your kernel runtime build." I do not yum groupinstall 'Development Tools' yum install kernel-devel.
You neither need nor want the kernel source. Install the appropriate kernel-devel package (upgrading the current kernel first if required) and try building again. [[email protected] ~]# yum repolist enabled Loaded plugins: presto, refresh- packagekit repo id repo name status fedora Fedora 13 - x86_ sudo yum install "kernel-devel-uname-r == $(uname -r)" Loaded plugins: auto- update-debuginfo, changelog, langpacks, refresh-packagekit No.
I also need the sources of these kernel. arynimle.tk packages/ I used to enable the source yum repository like fedora-source (the default. Maybe you do not need the full kernel source; If you really need the full If your kernel is not listed by yum because it is in an older tree, you. If you've compiled Kernel from sources, you can install kernel headers from sources only. to install Kernel Headers in CentOS/RHEL 7 and Fedora distributions yum install kernel-devel [On CentOS/RHEL 7] # dnf install. To: Fedora Core List fedora-list redhat com>; Subject: Re: Kernel Source kernel-source Others would install then use "yum" yum install kernel-source The . Getting error while compiling my first kernel module in Fedora linux. But /usr/src/kernels/fcx86_64 does not exist. How can i get the source code for kernel source fcx86_64 & install it in the following path /usr/src/kernels?.