I've installed truecrypt on BT2 final. The program runs useing this commands truecrypt -i, but near the end it says no kernel module loaded.
I looked around the harddrive and find linux 2.6.20 and in there is kernel folder with a makefile, but when i run it it comes up with errors.
The question is, is the kernel loaded or just copyed on the hardrive to get some programs to run, and if how can i comiple it.
Thanks in advance
Does BT2 allow you to rebuild the kernel that is allready on there, as I only have dial-up and a 50mb file will take 5 hours.
I read web site on compileing the kernel, but it mentioned a ./configure file, but i can't find one in /usr/src/linux 2.6.20/kernel , it only has a makefile, which as errors.
yes you can recompile the kernel that is already there.
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purhate, how would i go about compileing the kernel.
thorin, I got truecrypt to run, but it doesn't find the kernel module.
well your have to come up with a kernel patch or something otherwise its not going to do you any good. Some chioce search terms would be truecrypt + slackware + 2.6.20.(whatever kernel it is I forgot) and see what you come up with. I can help you rebuild the kernel but chances are it needs a patch.