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Re: Can't install kernel compiled on sid machine on a woody system



On Wed, Oct 15, 2003 at 01:40:18PM +0200, Magnus von Koeller wrote:
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> I tried compiling a new 2.4.22 kernel for the old pentium machine that 
> does my routing services. Because this is done about 20 times as fast 
> on my laptop, of course I compiled it there. In fact, I made a .deb 
> with make-kpkg.
> 
> Now, when I try to install this package on the old machine (that is 
> running woody), I get lots of unresolved symbols in the modules and 
> dpkg complains and suggests to stop the install. What am I doing 
> wrong?
> 
> The router (on which I try to install the kernel) is all-woody with 
> security updates and the laptop (on which I compile the kernel) is 
> newest sid, with gcc 3.3 (same thing happens with gcc 3.2, however).

What about with gcc-2.95.4?

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