HELP: old modules and new kernel don't match !

HELP: old modules and new kernel don't match !

Post by Yanqun Wan » Sat, 14 Sep 1996 04:00:00



Hello,

For some reason, I have just upgraded my linux kernel from 1.2.13 to
1.3.88. I also compiled and successfully installed the modules for 1.3.88.
But everytime I reboot it, it gives a message saying there are modules
from 1.2.13 that don't match the new kernel 1.3.88, and a bunch of symbols
undefined. Even after I removed the directory /lib/modules/1.2.13, the
problem still persists. It looks like there are still something left over
from 1.2.13 somewhere. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

- Yanqun Wang

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HELP: old modules and new kernel don't match !

Post by Yanqun Wan » Sat, 14 Sep 1996 04:00:00


Hello,

For some reason, I have just upgraded my linux kernel from 1.2.13 to
1.3.88. I also compiled and successfully installed the modules for 1.3.88.
But everytime I reboot it, it gives a message saying there are modules
from 1.2.13 that don't match the new kernel 1.3.88, and a bunch of symbols
undefined. Even after I removed the directory /lib/modules/1.2.13, the
problem still persists. It looks like there are still something left over
from 1.2.13 somewhere. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

- Yanqun Wang

========================================================================

 (or Electrical Engineering, FT-10) || Office:  EEB 117, ICSL
 University of Washington           || Phone:   (206)543-1017
 Seattle, WA 98195                  || FAX:     (206)543-0977
========================================================================

 
 
 

HELP: old modules and new kernel don't match !

Post by Lyndon Hi » Wed, 18 Sep 1996 04:00:00



: Hello,

: For some reason, I have just upgraded my linux kernel from 1.2.13 to
: 1.3.88. I also compiled and successfully installed the modules for 1.3.88.
: But everytime I reboot it, it gives a message saying there are modules
: from 1.2.13 that don't match the new kernel 1.3.88, and a bunch of symbols
: undefined. Even after I removed the directory /lib/modules/1.2.13, the

This is _not_ due to some artifact from the old kernel. It is because the
kernel version is compiled into the modules to avoid incompatibility.

You should re compile your modules. With Kernel 2.0.0 onwards you can
switch off the feature that checks version numbers, I think.

Lyndon.
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1. HELP: old modules and new kernel don't match !

Hello,

For some reason, I have just upgraded my linux kernel from 1.2.13 to
1.3.88. I also compiled and successfully installed the modules for 1.3.88.
But everytime I reboot it, it gives a message saying there are modules
from 1.2.13 that don't match the new kernel 1.3.88, and a bunch of symbols
undefined. Even after I removed the directory /lib/modules/1.2.13, the
problem still persists. It looks like there are still something left over
from 1.2.13 somewhere. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

- Yanqun Wang

========================================================================

 (or Electrical Engineering, FT-10) || Office:  EEB 117, ICSL
 University of Washington           || Phone:   (206)543-1017
 Seattle, WA 98195                  || FAX:     (206)543-0977
========================================================================

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