symbols from kernel 2.0.29 don't match 2.0.29?!?!?

symbols from kernel 2.0.29 don't match 2.0.29?!?!?

Post by Aliza Amla » Sun, 29 Jun 1997 04:00:00



I just upgraded my linux 1.2.13 to 2.0.29 using upgrade in a box...
everything seemed to compile fine, however all of my loadable modules are
giving me the error:
Failed to load module! The symbols from kernel 2.0.29 don't match 2.0.29
This is becoming a little more than a nuisance.
I boot from loadlin using the zImage that I compiled with the modules,
and I load the modules using insmod (I've tried from both the command
line, and from my rc files) I have tried loading them with a kernel with
CONFIG_MODVERSIONS on and again with it set off, and I still keep getting
the same error.
Any suggestions?

 
 
 

symbols from kernel 2.0.29 don't match 2.0.29?!?!?

Post by Mike Hughe » Mon, 30 Jun 1997 04:00:00



> I just upgraded my linux 1.2.13 to 2.0.29 using upgrade in a box...
> everything seemed to compile fine, however all of my loadable modules are
> giving me the error:
> Failed to load module! The symbols from kernel 2.0.29 don't match 2.0.29
> This is becoming a little more than a nuisance.
> I boot from loadlin using the zImage that I compiled with the modules,
> and I load the modules using insmod (I've tried from both the command
> line, and from my rc files) I have tried loading them with a kernel with
> CONFIG_MODVERSIONS on and again with it set off, and I still keep getting
> the same error.
> Any suggestions?

try reconfiguring the kernel again, flagging the modules you want as
modules, marked by the <M> flag.
to do this easily, run
make menuconfig

then, run
make modules
then
make modules_install

which will install all the brand new modules to /lib/modules/2.0.29

--
Mike Hughes


 
 
 

symbols from kernel 2.0.29 don't match 2.0.29?!?!?

Post by Caleb Davi » Wed, 02 Jul 1997 04:00:00


I find that whenever I change kernel versions, I have to remove the
directory /lib/modules/2.0.x (where x is 29 in your case), then from
/usr/src/linux, do a 'make modules' and 'make modules_install'.
        Hope it helps,
        -Caleb Davis
        Rational Software Tech Support (and closet Linux user)



Quote:> I just upgraded my linux 1.2.13 to 2.0.29 using upgrade in a box...
> everything seemed to compile fine, however all of my loadable modules are
> giving me the error:
> Failed to load module! The symbols from kernel 2.0.29 don't match 2.0.29
> This is becoming a little more than a nuisance.
> I boot from loadlin using the zImage that I compiled with the modules,
> and I load the modules using insmod (I've tried from both the command
> line, and from my rc files) I have tried loading them with a kernel with
> CONFIG_MODVERSIONS on and again with it set off, and I still keep getting
> the same error.
> Any suggestions?

 
 
 

1. 2.0.29 modules cannot be loaded by 2.0.29 kernel??????

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After compiling the linux kernel 2.0.29, where I selected the ISDN code
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slhc_toss undefined
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