2.4.2 Kernel and modules

Jean-Pierre Schwickerath lists at schwicky.net
Fri Mar 30 19:11:18 PST 2001


I found the problem... It was the stupid "set version information" in the
kernel config.... That stupid doesn't even allow the kernel to load its own
modules.... 

On Fri, 30 Mar 2001 12:40:42 +0200, Matthias Minich said:

> not sure (i'm not an expert...), but did you download the latest modutils?
>  they are different than the ones before... (find them at www.kernel.org)
>  
>  cu, matthias
>  
>  > Hi,
>  >
>  > I've now reached the "end" (missing networking) of my first lfs
>  > system with a
>  > 2.4 kernel ( I had already one with a 2.2.16 some time ago). But
>  > I'm having
>  > serious troubles with the kernel modules. In fact I can't load any.
>  >
>  > While compiling I get a lot of warnings: /usr/include/linux/????.h :line:
>  > warning: multi-line string literals are depreciated
>  > but this shouldn't be the problem.... It's the new gcc-3.0 I think.
>  >
>  > When I try to load a module, whichever it may be, I get a lot of
>  > unresolved
>  > symbols. Reaching from kfree, kmalloc through schedule and __wake_up
>  > Really strange. And this from the vfat module to the usb-module
>  > over any nls
>  > one.
>  
>  
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