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RE: kernel 2.2.15 and pcmcia 3.1.8

Thanks, I disable the version symbol option in the kernel config.  It all 
works fine this time.  Now on to kernel 2.2.16 to fix that security hole, even 
if no one other than me uses the laptop.

>===== Original Message From Christophe TROESTLER <Ch.Troestler@linkline.be> 
>On Fri, 09 Jun 2000, Charles Baker <Charles-Baker@utc.edu> wrote:
>> Has anyone gotten this too work?  I downloaded the source packages.
>> Configured my kernel, compiled with make-kpkg, compiled the modules
>> w/ make-kpkg.  I got the unresolved symbols errors.  PCMCIA doesn't
>> work.  Tried again w/ Configure script pointed to earlier on this
>> list, it fails doesn't even compile the pcmcia stuff.  I can of
>> course give more detail if it's required, I was just interested to
>> see if it's working for anyone else.
>I got that too.  The easier solution (IMHO) is to download
>	pcmcia-source 3.1.14-1
>and to compile from there.  The only error is then
>	depmod: *** Unresolved symbols in /lib/modules/2.2.15/pcmcia/epic_cb.o
>which is probably no great deal for you.
>You cn also disable the use of "version symbol" (or sthg alike) when
>you compile the kernel (in the make config step).
>Hope it helps,
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