Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 250549
Rocket Raid 2300 Drivers wont make,
Last modified: 2015-05-04 21:33:22 EDT
Dam having the following error when installing the
http://www.highpoint-tech.com/USA/bios_rr2300.htm Linux Driver at the end. I was
able to install this on the initial instal, but I am unable to install it after
I upgraded, thus it breaks my last RAID 5 array (luckily this didnt contain
system files, just the files for serving)
[root@Beast linux]# ls
[root@Beast linux]# make
make: Entering directory `/usr/src/kernels/126.96.36.199-27.fc7-i686'
make: *** No rule to make target `/tmp/rr231x/osm/linux/os_linux.o',
needed by `/tmp/rr231x/product/rr2310pm/linux/.build/os_linux.o'. Stop.
make: *** [_module_/tmp/rr231x/product/rr2310pm/linux/.build] Error 2
make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/kernels/188.8.131.52-27.fc7-i686'
make: *** [rr2310_00.ko] Error 2
The following is what I did in the past (Im currently stuck on the MAKE step)...
1. yum install kernel-devel
2. download source
3. unpack to a temp dir such as
4. cd to that dir and type: make
5. become root in terminal (su --login) note: use su - or su -l or su
--login DO NOT only use "su"
6. as root: cd
7. cp rr2310_00.ko /lib/modules/'uname -r'/kernel/drivers/scsi
8. cd /lib/modules/'uname -r'/kernel/drivers/scsi
9. chmod 744 rr2310_00.ko
10. depmod -ae
11. reboot system
Other people with the 184.108.40.206-27/fc7 have been able to make this work.
I have tried using yum to reinstall all of the current applications including
the kernel, kernel-devel, and anything else i can find. I have found this error
mentioned multiple times when I google " *** No rule to make target" but am
unable to understand or apply the information given... please can someone help?
My last option is to re-install the system, but I am currently transfering files
off the first mirror drive (music and video) to another computer with an ETA of
I have re-installed, replaced motherboards, and have done everything I can to
try and solve this issue. Days on IRC freenode looking for a solution, and none
Contacting Highpoint about this issue though finding difficult to get answers,
as with the irc
Contacted Highpoint, they say this is a known problem with the drivers on 2.6.2x
linux versions. They stated it has to do with a change in the directory
structure of the kernel. They are working on a fix. I will report when they
I've tried building the driver in question, and here's what I get:
[ignacio@ignacio linux]$ make KERNELDIR=/usr/src/kernels/220.127.116.11-41.fc7-i686/
make: Entering directory `/usr/src/kernels/18.104.22.168-41.fc7-i686'
make: *** No rule to make target
make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/kernels/22.214.171.124-41.fc7-i686'
make: *** [rr2310_00.ko] Error 2
What's odd is that Makefile.def (which the main Makefile includes) has the
%.o: %.c $(SHARED_HEADERS)
@echo $(if $V,,[CC] $<)
$(if $V,,@)$(CROSS_COMPILE)$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c -o $@ $<
and os_linux.c is in osm/linux.
Is this still a problem with latest kernel? Because it pretty much looks like a
problem in kernel build machinery, rather than make, and one that was already
fixed, because I can't reproduce this.
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