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I have the FRITZ!Card USB v2.1 (by AVM company) which enables me to connect to the Internet. When Mandrake 10.1 was installed they recognised my controller as an ISDN adapter. ...
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    I cant connect to the Internet


    I have the FRITZ!Card USB v2.1 (by AVM company) which enables me to connect to the Internet. When Mandrake 10.1 was installed they recognised my controller as an ISDN adapter. But when I make a connection to the internet, the fritz card doesnt respond as the indicator stays off. Then I tried to compile the drivers (http://www.avm.de/ftp/cardware/fritz.../linux/suse.91) but the terminal gives me error messages. Any ideas?
    Thanks in advance!

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    What error messages?

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    Quote Originally Posted by daemonOS
    What error messages?
    It is mendatory that when you mention an error message of any type, that you post the actual message... it's almost impossible for any of us regarding experience, to determine what it was!!

    Can you please be as specific as possible when asking a question... it's way better to provide "to much" info, then not enough...

    Thanks in advance
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    It accesses the folder /lib(/linux)/modules if i remember well and it says that there are no rules how to create 'modules'.
    But why it cant connect to the net as long as the system recognises the modem??

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    Well this is the error message:

    make -C src
    make[1]: Entering directory /home/kitsos/Desktop/fritz
    nake -C /lib/modules/2.6.8.1-123mdksmp/build No such file or directory Stop.
    make: enter unknow directorymake: Leaving an unknown directorymake[1]:
    make: ***[fcusb2.o] error 2

    Then I changed the path as build catalog doesnt exist and I put the "kernel" catalog. But in vain...

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    I took a snapshot of the screen with the error message but as I can see I cant upload the picture

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    Ι uploaded somewhere else.
    Here it is!:

    http://www.freehomepages.com/pyrkavlos/linux.jpg

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