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Re: Problem with kernel modules

I always set version info on all modules, which allows you to use old or
non-kernel modules with a new kernel. As a bit of housekeeping I also
rename the Debian modules dir before I "make modules modules_install".
Don't forget to clean out /etc/modules to stop the system trying to load
non-existant modules.

Paul Sims (wulfie@wulfric7.co.uk)
SpireLUG - the Chesterfield Linux User Group

On Thu, 9 Nov 2000, Aeschlimann Marc wrote:

> Hello,
> I come from Switzerland so my engish isn't fluent.
> I compiled my new kernel (2.2.17) with kernel-package. After that I tried the command depmod, the result was :
> Unresolved symbols in /lib/modules/2.2.17/xxx/xxx.o
> What is the problem ?
> Best regards.
> Marc Aeschlimann
> Student at EICN
> Switzerlenad
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