Re: problem in upgrading kernel from 2.4.18 to 2.6.3
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jack kinnon wrote:
| Selecting all the items in Load Module Support doesn't help.
| Before the appearance of the "Unresolved symbols ...", the following
statement was executed.
| if [-r System.map}; then /sbin/depmod -ae -F System.map
| -b /usr/src/linux/debian/tmp-image -r 2.6.3; fi
| A typical error msg is as follows:
| depmod: Unresolved symbols in
| where net/xxx.ko is the network module that I had selected in the
| Does this help?
Caveat: I'm not a Debian or Linux expert!
I had a problem compiling a kernel recently and found 'make mrproper'
(see 'make help') sorted it out. By doing this you'll have to work your
way through all the config settings again.
What is your intended modem/network connection? Wondering if a 2.4
series kernel would be enough to get this going. Thus apt-get could be
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