Your last post was in my rt73 thread that tells you how to do this. I normally would not tell you the answer but you have enlightened me to the fact that maybe what, alot of these tutorials are missing is any explanation of why we are running these commands. This is mostly because its not our job to teach you linux basics but at the same time maybe it will help with people asking the same questions over and over..... We'll see. So for now I will answer your question and update my thread with some simple explanations in hopes that we can avoid scenarios like this and it will help people to understand a bit more......Again, we'll see.
In the mean time I would like to encourage you to make liberal use of the search bar before asking questions like this as alot of people who know the answer will not take the time to help you, because you have shown no effort to help yourself.
You need the kernel sources which can be found here .
Then you wanna use
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