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The Vim project has the slightly unusual custom to provide a new release per source code commit, with each commit incrementing the patch release number by 1. It's unlikely to matter too much what patch version of the latest major release you get, unless you want to get a particular patch. Just use the latest release or the release packaged by your Unix ...


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Here is an example how to compile wpasupplicant posted in linuxfromscratch . To disable IPV6 support you need to remove CONFIG_IPV6=y from wpasupplicant build configuration file (.config). You need to install some dependencies: sudo apt install -t buster-backports checkinstall sudo apt install desktop-file-utils libxml++2.6-dev qt5-default libssl-dev build-...


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So, you're asking how to install a driver intended for an old 2.6.xx kernel version to your Kali Linux that uses a kernel version 5.10.xx? The answer is, you don't install that, it's way too old. It's like trying to use an old 32-bit Windows XP driver with a new 64-bit Windows 10: it's not supported and very likely not going to work. The make command is even ...


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If you installed the dependency from repositroy using apt or build using checkinstall then yes. checkinstall doesn't install directly to your system like make do. It pretend to the installation that it is getting installed, tracks what files are generated, generate a deb, rpm or such a package which is installed by the package manager. Then you can uninstall ...


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On Fedora and RHEL, the ksmbd external module build works because the kernel-devel packages ship all the relevant tools, in particular asn1_compiler. There is no equivalent package in Debian, so the only way to build ksmbd is to use the full kernel source, and the simple option is to build it in the kernel tree: sudo apt install linux-source-5.10 cd $(mktemp ...


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