Asus P4C800-E Deluxe/Winbond W83627THF issue
khali at linux-fr.org
Sat Feb 5 18:53:24 CET 2005
> Ok, I forced the uninstall then did a 'make clean' before attempting
> to compile the 2.9.0 sensors pack as per the INSTALL file:
> poochzilla:/usr/src/packages/SOURCES/lm_sensors-2.9.0 # make user
> Makefile:250: kernel/busses/i2c-ipmi.d: No such file or directory
> Makefile:250: kernel/busses/i2c-ali1535.d: No such file or directory
> Makefile:250: kernel/busses/i2c-ali15x3.d: No such file or directory
> Makefile:250: kernel/busses/i2c-amd756.d: No such file or directory
> make: *** No rule to make target
> needed by `kernel/chips/xeontemp.d'. Stop.
> poochzilla:/usr/src/packages/SOURCES/lm_sensors-2.9.0 #
> The file that it appears to be complaining about does exist, here:
> What am I doing wrong?
Wow, that's odd. "make" tries to compute dependencies for kernel
drivers, while it isn't supposed to do so when the target is "user". I
have no idea why it does this. Can't reproduce it here. Nobody reported
a problem with this so far.
> Am I guessing correctly that my filesystem isn't organised quite the
> way the Makefile is expecting it to be?
> If so, then I can thank Novell/Suse for that...
Whatever the problme is, it's not related to the filesystem
organisation. Somehow, "make" doesn't behave the way we expect it to.
What version of make is it?
> How do I fix it?
No idea :(
> P.S. If you'd rather I not bother you with this noob stuff over email,
> I'd gladly take it to an appropriate public forum if such a thing
We have an IRC channel if you want. freenode::#linux-sensors.
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