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Re: Kernel recompile problems

The procedure I follow is:

make xconfig && make dep && make clean && make zImage && make modules && make modules_install && mount /dosc && cp arch/i386/boot/zImage /dosc/linux/boot/vmlinuz && lilo -t && lilo && umount /dosc

Maybe that'll  help (I'm thinking  in particular of the  'make clean',
'make modules', and 'make modules_install')

On 25 Jul 2000, cxpx wrote:

> I re-compiled my kernel (2.2.15) in an attempt to get my cd-writer working. It
> failed miserably for some reason. 
> My first problem is that after the recompile and setting up lilo, when I reboot
> my computer, every single module fails to load because of a huge number of
> unresolved symbol errors. There were so many that I couln't even see them all
> by pressing 'ctrl - page up'. 
> Anybody know why it would do that. I did a debian ftp install and then
> downloaded the source so it's possible that i'm missing a key piece of the
> puzzle.
> After I went back to the original kernel, I'm having problems with vfat.o and
> fat.o.	The vfat and fat modules load fine on insmod but seem to be causing the
> problem whenever I try to mount a file system. Strange thing is that all the
> regular filesystems '/', '/var', '/usr' and '/home' all come up fine. It's just
> three others (two vfat and one ext2) that I can't mount. It just hangs if I try
> to do it from a terminal window. Anybody heard of a problem like this and know
> how to solve it?
> I used make bzlilo which automatically copied the new kernel image and
> system.map file so I'm not sure if maybe it did something else to me.
> P.S. I did restart lilo after removing the botched kernel
> n order to try 
> CxPx
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