Federico Petronio wrote:
Hi, maybe somebody can help me in this:I recently compiled the 2.4.25 linux kernel (downloaded from kernel.org) on Debian Woody 2.0r3 (kernel 2.4) (all from stable branch) because I need support for some SCSI controller that is not build on the 2.4 stable kernel (2.4.18-1).Everything works well if I put all I need on the kernel, but if I try to use modules, I find some problems:- The initrd image could not be read correctly ("cramfs: bad magic" is the message I get)- "The System.map file is not appropriate to the kernel" claims ps(1). - I get "unresolve symbol" messages when I try to insert modules.I guess all this could be caused by incompatibility between the kernel and the rest of the utilities needed for compilation, initrd generation, etc. Is this possible? Or I should look for other explanation?Thanks a lot.
How did you build your kernel? Did you build and install the initial ramdisk (if necessary) for your new kernel? -Roberto Sanchez
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