On Wed, 2012-04-18 at 07:13 -0700, Sarveshwar.Bandi@Emulex.Com wrote: > I installed linux headers in both my installations (one of which I > installed using 6.0.0 cd and other using 6.0.4 cd) using apt-get > install and dpkg --list shows same output on both the systems: > root@debian:~# dpkg --list |grep headers > ii linux-headers-2.6.32-5-686 2.6.32-41squeeze2 Header files for Linux 2.6.32-5-686 > ii linux-headers-2.6.32-5-common 2.6.32-41squeeze2 Common header files for Linux 2.6.32-5 This is because the installer automatically installs updates by default. > When I build driver against the two versions the modinfo output is > identical. Yes, because you used exactly the same package versions. If you really want to test Debian 6.0.0, you have to tell the installer not to install updates. > So I am back to the question: > How do I know which driver was built for which version of debian? Unfortunately, I don't think there is an obvious way to distinguish modules built against different versions of the same linux-headers-<kversion> package. > And even more basic question, how do I know which version of kernel I > am running now? cat /proc/version Ben. -- Ben Hutchings This sentence contradicts itself - no actually it doesn't.
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