これでIPマスカレード対応のカーネルになりました。 lilo.confにappend="ether=0,0,eth1"を入れるとかいったことを忘れないように。 リブートして、すべてOKかを確認しましょう。 以下はちょっと古いDebian 2.0に入っている説明です。上と同じ事が書いてあるかな？違っていたら、下の英文が正しいんですよ！ /usr/doc/pcmcia-source# vi README
Debian PCMCIA Card Services README File Brian Mays
This is the Debian GNU/Linux prepackaged version of the PCMCIA card services package. By default, debian/rules will set the kernel-specific options from the kernel source tree in /usr/src/linux. If this is not desirable, execute `make config' in the pcmcia-cs root directory to interactively configure the package. You need to have a complete linux source tree for your kernel, not just an up-to-date kernel image, to compile the PCMCIA package. The PCMCIA modules contain some references to kernel source files. While you may want to build a new kernel to remove unnecessary drivers, installing PCMCIA does not require you to do so. To recompile the PCMCIA kernel modules: The process of recompiling a kernel and the PCMCIA modules has been greatly simplified by Debian's kernel-package package (available in Debian's main distribution). This package contains the make-kpkg utility, which is used to create the kernel related Debian packages. It is highly recommended that you use this utility. If you are using make-kpkg: 1) Ensure that the pcmcia-cs source tree is in a subdirectory of the /usr/src/modules directory. Use a symbolic link to the actual source tree if you must. Note that the pcmcia-source package already places the pcmcia-cs sources in /usr/src/modules/pcmcia- cs. 2) As root, go to the the base of the kernel source tree (usually the /usr/src/linux directory). If you are building a kernel that is custom configured to your specifications, go ahead and configure the kernel with `make config,' `make menuconfig,' or `make xconfig.' 3) To build a new kernel-image package, execute: make-kpkg --revision number kernel_image This will generate a kernel-image- deb file in the parent directory. Here number (the argument supplied after the --revision flag) is a version number for your custom built kernel. You may also do this on the fly by setting the DEBIAN_REVISION environmental variable. It is important that you image package will not override the custom package while using dselect (or `dpkg -BOGiE'). I recommend a two-level scheme where the major level starts with a letter. One such scheme is your (short) host name followed by a dot (.) and a number. For example, if your machine is named myhost, you would use --revision myhost.1 in the command line. If you had to rebuild your custom kernel, you would use --revision myhost.2 and so on. See /usr/doc/kernel-package/README.gz for more information on revision numbers. 3) To build the PCMCIA modules, execute: make-kpkg --revision number modules_image where number is the same revision number used to build the kernel-image package in the previous step. This will generate a pcmcia-modules- deb file in the parent directory. 4) Install the two newly created deb files (you can use `dpkg -i file').
If you are not using make-kpkg: If your kernel is compiled with CONFIG_MODVERSIONS enabled, for kernel symbol version checking, the configure script will check for the existence of /usr/include/linux/modversions.h, the symbol version database. This is created by running `make dep' (in addition to `make config) in the kernel source tree. 1) Ensure that the kernel source tree is in the /usr/src/linux directory and ensure that it is configured (execute `make config dep' in the /usr/src/linux directory). 2) Go to the pcmcia-cs root directory (/usr/src/modules/pcmcia-cs in the pcmcia-source package). 3) Execute as root `debian/rules binary-modules.' This will generate a pcmcia-modules- deb file in the parent directory. Note: The location of the kernel source tree may be specified by supplying the KSRC variable as a command line option. For example, if the kernel source is located in /usr/local/src/kernel-2.0.0, the proper command would be debian/rules KSRC=/usr/local/src/kernel-2.0.0 binary-modules To recompile the PCMCIA utility programs: This should not be necessary, since the generic pcmcia-cs package supplied by Debian should be compatible with all pcmcia- modules- packages (including custom built packages) with the same version number. However, if you need to build a complete set of PCMCIA modules and utilities--to use a newer upstream version, for example--you can use the following procedure: 1) Ensure that the kernel source tree is in the /usr/src/linux directory and ensure that it is configured (execute `make config dep' in the /usr/src/linux directory).
2) Go to the pcmcia-cs root directory (/usr/src/modules/pcmcia-cs in the pcmcia-source package). 3) Execute as root `debian/rules binary-cs.' This will generate the pcmcia-cs deb file. Note: The location of the kernel source tree may be specified by supplying the KSRC variable as a command line option. For example, if the kernel source is located in /usr/local/src/kernel-2.0.0, the proper command would be debian/rules KSRC=/usr/local/src/kernel-2.0.0 binary-cs