I'm working on a linux project. I want to have some code (to be specific, a struct) and a header file (my own implementation) common to both the kernel and the userspace. Can someone tell me how to ...
I'm connected via SSH to a PC running Linux kernel 3.11.1: root@alix:~# uname -r 3.11.1 how can I find out which package installed this specific file or kernel version respectively? I tried ...
I tried to compile VMware tools on my server. I compiled the kernel myself, I didn't use RPM. As VMware tools needs the kernel header files, I executed the following command in my kernel folder ...
Upon running a batch file I created to iterate recursive directories from / trying to find the Kernel headers for vmware-modconfig-console running on openSUSE, when it comes across /usr/include/ it ...
I need to install my linux headers for an Nvidia driver install. But I get an error when doing so: peter@peter-deb:~$ sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r) Reading package lists... Done ...