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LINUX 6.0 KERNEL COMPILATION

By r.deguzman ·
Hi ... I am re-compiling my kernel because I have modified some include files for the oracle installation. I did a make bzdisk and at the end of the compilation I received the following error messages:

no rule to make target '/etc/sound/msndperm.bin' needed by 'msndperm.c'. Stop.

leaving directory '/usr/src/linux-> 2.2.5/drivers/sound'

[first_rule] Error 2

leaving directory '/usr/src/linux-> 2.2.5/drivers/sound'

[_subdir_sound] Error 2

leaving directory '/usr/src/linux->2.2.5/drivers/sound'

[_dir_drivers] Error 2

Please help me as I want to install Oracle in my linux. Also if you could provide me a way on how to make permanent changes in my environment variable values.

Thank you very much.

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by grumbler In reply to LINUX 6.0 KERNEL COMPILAT ...

It seems that you have a Turtle Beach MultiSound Card. If this is not the case, then you should disable the kernel support for this card. If you have it, you will need to get the firmware support files. To know exactly which one of them you will need to download just read the document called MultiSound you should have in the Documentation/sound/ directories on your linux kernel source.
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