Some 2.5.55 compile problems [rescued]

Some 2.5.55 compile problems [rescued]

Post by Joshua M. Kwa » Sat, 11 Jan 2003 21:00:13



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Hi Dave: (hope i'm addressing this issue to the right person!)

When making bzImage with the current BK I receive the following during=20
the final link process:

net/built-in.o(.text+0x4ba22): In function `xfrm_probe_algs':
: undefined reference to `crypto_alg_available'
net/built-in.o(.text+0x4ba68): In function `xfrm_probe_algs':
: undefined reference to `crypto_alg_available'

this is because ipv4 seems to depend on some Cryptographic API stuff...=20
that doesn't sound right though! Anyway, I added base Cryptographic API
support to shut it up, and the link went fine.

But this was definitely not added until recently - I was able to =20
compile all 2.5.54 BK cleanly. What's the deal now?

Regards
Josh

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1. exception tables in 2.5.55 [rescued]

Yes.  This patch (like most of the module stuff) was written long
before the mmuless archs were merged.  It didn't occur to me to look
through all the archs again.

You can now make kernel/extable.o depend on this configuration option
(whatever you decide it should be).

And surround kernel/module.c's search_module_extables with the same
option.

It's trivial, just CC: me when you send to Linus, and I'll re-xmit if
he drops it.

No, they're for copy_to/from_user and friends.  If your arch doesn't
rely on exception handling to trap wierd accesses, you can turn this
off.

Hope that helps,
Rusty.
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