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  1. #1
    twjolson NNTP User

    Default linux-source


    I'm using this 'Tutorial'
    (http://en.opensuse.org/Setting_up_VMware_Workstation) to set up and
    install VMware workstation. I got to the part that asks to install gcc,
    make, linux-source and linux-kernel-headers. I can find all of them in
    through yast and zypper except for linux-source. I've tried googling
    "linux-source" and that didn't help either.I've tried doing variants
    (linux source, opensuse source, etc) with no luck either.

    What is linux-source, and how do I get it?


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  2. #2
    supertimorplusfort NNTP User

    Default Re: linux-source


    Hi. It's not called linux-source but kernel-source. Good luck.


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  3. #3
    john hudson NNTP User

    Default Re: linux-source


    Open YaST>Software Management and select the Development pattern that
    includes the sources you want. These are not installed by default.


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