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Got a ccl : lib/crc16.mod.c : Input/output error when compiling the kernel

Hi everyone,

I was running a custom 2.4 kernel on my laptop (Dell Inspiron 4000; P3 800Mhz) and recently decided to upgrade it to the most recent 2.6 kernel ( from www.kernel.org).  It compiled successfully, however after rebooting with the new kernel, I realized my laptop didn't have any PCMCIA support.  Checking the options again, I realized that in the 2.6 kernel, the option for PCMCIA support was off by default.  I thought "no problem, I'll just enable it and recompile".  So under the heading "Bus options (PCI, PCMCIA, EISA, MCA, ISA)", I enabled PCCard (PCMCIA / CardBus) support which included:

	16-bit PCMCIA support
	32-bit CardBus support
	i82092 compatible bridge support
	i82365 compatible bridge support
	Databook TCIC host bridge support

I began recompiling and some time later I got the error:

	ccl : lib/crc16.mod.c : Input/output error

Does anybody know why it happened?  I'm guessing it's probably because of the PCCard support option that I enabled, but I don't see why.


Glen Yu | 416-739-4861 | glen.yu@ec.gc.ca

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