Re: does not match kernel data
Perhaps you have a problem with the way you built your kernel. I've had
a similar problem if I did something that changed things in between
doing a make vmlinux without doing a make clean first. Translation:
do a make clean before a make vmlinux and see if the resulting system
map doesn't work better.
On Fri, May 30, 2003 at 10:42:02AM +0800, Lito A. Lampitoc wrote:
> Thanks. I removed system.map.2.2.22 from / and see if /boot contains the
> same file as my build and it looks correct (i have system.map.2.2.22 in
> my /boot). uname -a reports: Linux buttercup 2.2.22 #1 Tue May 27
> 13:09:38 PHT 2003 sparc unknown
> however, none of this worked :( if I may add, my previous kernel is
> 2.2.20-su4cdm and just to make it work I did the ff. before running silo
> ln -s . /boot/etc
> ln -s . /boot/boot
> mv /etc/silo.conf /boot
> ln -s /boot/silo.conf /etc/silo.conf
> (your idea)
> do i have to repeat the same process again?
> yes, I updated my silo.conf to reflect the new kernel.
> On Thu, 2003-05-29 at 19:14, Ben Collins wrote:
> > > I copied System.map-2.2.22 to / as per advised from the web, but doesnt
> > > work. What do you think is the problem here. Is this a serious error?
> > > Hope you could help me here.
> > Delete it from / and make sure the one in /boot matches your kernel
> > build.
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