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Re: wlan-ng on Redhat Fedora Core 1
From: Brian Whitehead <brian () whiteheadconsulting com>
Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 08:42:57 -0600

On Tue, 2004-03-09 at 16:58, Paul Kurczaba wrote:
I am setting up wlan-ng in order to use AirSnort, and am having trouble
setting up wlan-ng on Redhat Fedora Core 1. During part of the configuration
it asks me for the Linux source directory. For me (I'm guessing), my source
directory is "/usr/src/redhat". But all the directories under
"/usr/src/redhat" don't have any files. Where can I find my linux source

It should actually be /usr/src/linux-2.4.  If this doesn't exist you
need to install the kernel-source-x.x.x.rpm or download the kernel
tarball from kernel.org.  The rpm would be the easiest way.

Brian W

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