Re: fresh compile, "unresolved symbols" complaints
> ----- message from George Bonser <email@example.com> -----
> How did you install your kernel? Did you use make-kpkg to make a
> kernel-image package and install that or did you try to install it by
"make mrproper", "make menuconfig"... like that.
> If you installed by hand, is the new kernel the same version as the old
> If so, did you possibly forget to move the old modules dir out of
> the way before installing the new modules? If you compiled some things
> into the kernel that used to be modules, modutils may still be trying to
> load the module and seeing the old module that was not built with the new
> kernel, you may be getting all kinds of unresolved symbols.
(Ah so.) Didn't "forget", George; but never knew to do it. :-) "make
modules" doesn't cover it, then...?
> Those are just guesses but you need to make sure that the new kernel,
> modules, and system map are all in the right places. make-kpkg does this
> for you so I suggest at least look into using it to build kernel packages
> for Debian.
Thanks, George, that's very helpful. Armed with that info, I'll take
another run at it sometime this week.
All the best,
-- Jeff -- <http://www.wellnow.com>
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