Joshua Gimer wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 1, 2009 at 2:26 PM, mark <email@example.com> wrote:
>> So I'm trying to install. The install script is fine. Then it gets to the point
>> where it offers to run vmware-config. Fine. It wants kernel headers. I wind up
>> having to install the entire kernel source.
>> And VMware complains it can't find version.h, and tells me that I might want to
>> recompile my kernel.
>> I DO NOT WANT TO COMPILE MY FRIGGIN" KERNEL. Anyone know if there's *any* way
>> around this?
> How are you installing the kernel sources? What is the output of 'rpm
> -qa | grep -i kernel' ?
I posted to the VMware server "community", and after a couple of go-rounds, got
the answer: in the linux source tree, I had to do a make cloneconfig, and that
created all the other files I needed, no kernel rebuild necessary.
Still not sure if the utsrelease.h that I manually created was also necessary,
but it was there....
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