RE: "Cannot find map file"
Yes but my kernel image (and the map file) does not reside in /boot.
It lives, believe it or not, in /dosc/linux/boot/, which is not even
automatically mounted at boot time, though I guess that doesn't make a
difference since the messages I get come before the non-root partitions
are mounted, but I digress. What should I do to make the kernel see them?
On Tue, 25 Jul 2000, Pollywog wrote:
> On 25-Jul-2000 Krzys Majewski wrote:
> > What does this mean? -chris
> > Jul 25 08:42:33 cr275960-a kernel: Cannot find map file.
> > Jul 25 08:42:33 cr275960-a kernel: No module symbols loaded.
> Check your /boot directory. Do you have a System.map file there for your
> kernel version?
> Are you making your kernel images the Debian way?