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  1. #11

    Sorry for my delayed report Gerard. Actually i have figured out the problem, according to Murphy's law the headers missing are due to the kernel distro, they patch the not yet stable and distribute them, this is the most common error since Linux is an open source OS. I will try to recompile the kernel with the latest and stable one which is recommended in and linux.archive . Thanks for your very kind help my friend.

  2. #12
    Finally i got the problem resolve. Thank you so much for spending your time with me Gerard. Wish you all the best ...

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    Great glad to here that...the first one is always the hardest...its all down hill from here...Gerard4143

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