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I also faced this problem while inserting module into the kernel. Enter your current kernel version correctly go to cd /lib/modules/your-kernel-version-gereric/ directory and check whether build directory is present or not. If present then you can directly compile your module using below command make -C /lib/modules/$(shell uname -r)/build M=$(PWD)


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It's hard to say exactly what causes this. Unfortunately, Linux serial ports do not make timing guarantees, and normal UART protocols aren't supposed to have tight timing requirements like this. If your protocol requires this kind of timing guarantee, you're going to have to dig into your kernel drivers, and perhaps write your own driver that guarantees ...


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Passing the commands below as root will give you an overview of the device's hardware and the kernel and drivers running on the device, maybe the name of the distribution too. uname -a dmesg cat /etc/issue cat /etc/lsb-release The current LAME source code can be obtained from https://sourceforge.net/projects/lame/files/lame/3.99/ You can scp the ...



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