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Install kernel 2.6.x headers on a 3.11 machine and build driver using 2.6

I have a proprietary sdk for an embedded device which was built with Linux kernel 2.6.32 and is dependent upon its headers. With newer kernel (3.11.x) it fails to build complaining about missing ...
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Unable to build kernel module in VMware 7 [on hold]

Unable to build kernel module. See log file /tmp/vmware-root/setup-7178.log for details. Apr 05 11:36:38.648: app-3076208320| Log for VMware Workstation pid=5555 version=7.0.0 build=build-203739 ...
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Installing Linux Kernel Modules without plus + (on ARM)

Installing Linux Kernel Modules of Version 3.4.79, but I always get a foulder with 3.4.79+. How can I install it without the +? Doing it with make ARCH=arm INSTALL_MODULE_PATH=dest modules_install
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When/why do I need to make/install linux headers?

The use case is installing Ubuntu Core to run as an appliance. The machine: will run a single task, is preferably slimmed down to have low disk space consumption, has the (custom) kernel installed ...
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Kernel headers after upgrading kernels from 3.5.7 to 3.9.0

I upgraded my kernel on Ubuntu 12.04 in order to gain access to the include/uapi/ headers. The full kernel version that I upgraded to is 3.9.0-030900-generic, following this tutorial. ...
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Manually deleted current kernel headers package

I manually deleted the linux-headers package in /usr/src/ by mistake. I can't get them back as the current kernel image is up-to date, so: sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r) doesn't ...
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update Linux Headers when Kernel is updated

Any time Ubuntu wants to upgrade my kernel, it doesn't seem to upgrade the headers at the same time. This results in certain drivers not being rebuilt such as wireless and virtualbox drivers. I always ...