you have installed some new hardware and compiled a module for the older kernel?
yes i was intall new hardware in this step
Installing the RPM Package
This package requires couple of other packges to complete the build. Please
refer the “Build Environment Setup” Section before proceding to the next step.
Install the source RPM package.
# rpm -ivh e1000e-<version>.src.rpm
Build the binary RPM for the e1000e driver.
rpmbuild -bb SPECS/e1000e.spec
Compiling fails due to “scripts/basic/fixdep: No such file or directory”
This happens with SUSE 10.0 as well as some other distros where you do not actually compile the kernel. You’ll need to do a few things to the kernel source first:
STEP 1:Open /usr/src/linux (or the location of the kernel source on your system) in a console.
STEP 2: Run the command: make cloneconfig
STEP 3:Run the command: make modules_prepare
This should put an end to the missing fixdep issue.
If you get an error during the build process, refer to the g
“Build Environment Setup” section.
Check for the existence of a current version of the e1000e package as
# rpm -q e1000e