Re: What is "Warning: /boot/System.map-XXXX does not match kernel data"
>>>>> "JB" == Jim Breton <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
JB> Most likely you only forgot to copy the new System.map which
JB> was created when you built this kernel.
JB> You should be able to find it in the top-level dir of your
JB> kernel source.
JB> `man ps' will show you a run-down of the filenames ps (and top)
JB> will search for, there are actually several that are tried in a
JB> specific order.
I have only ever used the kernel-pkg script make-kpkg to build kernels
since I started using Debian. Recently, I noticed a similar message as
well when using ps:
Warning: /boot/System.map-2.4.0-test12 does not match kernel data.
Normally, make-kpkg takes care of all this, but in this case I think the
version of kernel-package that I have (woody version) might have a
bug as the System.map file mentioned above does exist:
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 420125 Dec 20 20:25 /boot/System.map-2.4.0-test12
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