Ubuntu raw1394



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Description: check whether the path is not in the raw1394.c folder, because then you need to use quotes in stead of '<>': so #include "linux/module.h" (this might be the case if you do not want to use

  1. check whether the path is not in the raw1394.c folder, because then you need to use quotes in stead of '<>': so #include "linux/module.h" (this might be the case if you do not want to use your own kernel's header files)
  2. check your compiler path whether there is a file named linux with the header files in it. Your probably missing the linux headers.

Secondly, makefiles are used for automating the compilation process (since this often involves multiple instructions and/or different instructions for different targets). But you will still need the correct gcc command(s) in your makefile. So your (basic) makefile should look like this (a lot of extensions and flexibility can be added to it, read more about makefiles if you want to do this):

Note that specific intendations are used in Makefiles. Therefore I put TAB in the code where there should actually be a tab (multiple spaces will NOT work).

Typing 'make raw' in the correct directory on the command line will automatically execute target raw in the Makefile.






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