I have mounted my system where my modules were accidentally deleted, ALL of them, all of the OLD ones, and the most recent ones 3.2.41. I have mounted my system and I'm
chroot and I don't know what to do here. I found an answer on here saying to download the headers, which when I tried, it said they were already the newest version, and make a symbolic link to
/lib/modules/linux-headers-pkgname/build, and it allowed me to create the link to
/lib/modules/linux-headers-3.2.41/ but no further.
If anyone could help me fix this, I'm already
chroot with my correct system mounted along with
/dev/pts, at this point I just don't know what package to download and install, or how to place what I need back into
/lib/modules. Should I remove this symlink as well? I have the 3.2.41 backed up on an external drive, can I just copy it back into the correct folder and have my modules back? I'm using Ubuntu 32-bit 12.04.