I’ve followed the getting started guide, and downloaded the TI webinar Image from the official website, and flashed it onto my 64GB sd card.
I want to install a driver for working with a network adapter USB AC58, while doing so, the driver asked to install Linux headers via the command: sudo apt install linux-headers-$(uname -r)
But there is no headers for: 5.10.90-ti-arm64-r28
The driver in question https://github.com/morrownr/88x2bu-20210702
In the standard repository Directory you can find linux-headers for this kernel for bookworm, sid and bullseye. For bullseye it is https://debian.beagle.cc/arm64/pool/main/l/linux-upstream/linux-headers-5.10.90-ti-arm64-r28_1bullseye_arm64.deb.
It is also listed as “linux-headers-5.10.90-ti-arm64-r28” in https://debian.beagle.cc/arm64/dists/bullseye/main/binary-arm64/Packages.
Did you do “sudo apt update” and have you restarted after installing the new kernel before doing “sudo apt install linux-headers-$(uname -r)”? It should work fine then.
Installed succesfully, and configured via wpagui.
Thanks for help.