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Posted: Dec. 06 2007,23:46 QUOTE

I am compiling the new kernel(2.4.31) with the CONFIG_CARDBUS option set.  When I make the target modules_install, I get an error relating to a find command that is piped to an xargs command.  It appears to be an old find command format because it uses a -path option.  It appears it is only setting up a link, but when I look into the Makefile, it seems to mention that this is for backwards compatibility, and perhaps I can comment this out.  Also, when I go to drivers/pcmcia I only see that yenta.o and pci_socket.o are compiled.  I do not see yenta_socket.o.  Anyways, does anyone have any idea on how I should proceed?

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Posted: Dec. 08 2007,02:57 QUOTE

find: load the gnu-utils mydsl extension

yenta_socket: it seems to be in DSL already... and that CONFIG_CARDBUS option is already set to y in the default .config.  Are you creating your own config from scratch?  Why are you needing to (re-)compile?
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