Kernel 1.3.44 Bug?

Kernel 1.3.44 Bug?

Post by Steve Radic » Mon, 27 Nov 1995 04:00:00



Hello, I am trying to build the Linux kernel for the first time.. I tried
1.3.43 and had compile errors (argh), and now 1.3.44 and am having conflicting
definitions in 8390.c. The problem is as follows (and the course I am following
to try to work aruond it):

Line 110:
static void set_multicast_list(struct device *dev);

line 580:
/* static void set_multicast_list(struct device *dev, int num_addrs, void
*addrs) */

I have changed the above to the same as at first (the latter two variables are
not referenced)
static void set_multicast_list(struct device *dev)

Being I am not familiar with Linux kernel what-so-ever, is this a known bug (it
won't compile on my system) or should I be changing something else?
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Kernel 1.3.44 Bug?

Post by Aaron Fredrick Tiensi » Wed, 29 Nov 1995 04:00:00


: Being I am not familiar with Linux kernel what-so-ever, is this a known bug (it
: won't compile on my system) or should I be changing something else?

Grab 1.3.45, it's fixed.

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Kernel 1.3.44 Bug?

Post by Sergei Vizny » Tue, 05 Dec 1995 04:00:00




Quote:>Hello, I am trying to build the Linux kernel for the first time.. I tried
>1.3.43 and had compile errors (argh), and now 1.3.44 and am having conflicting
>definitions in 8390.c. The problem is as follows (and the course I am following
>to try to work aruond it):

>Line 110:
>static void set_multicast_list(struct device *dev);

>line 580:
>/* static void set_multicast_list(struct device *dev, int num_addrs, void
>*addrs) */

>I have changed the above to the same as at first (the latter two variables are
>not referenced)
>static void set_multicast_list(struct device *dev)

>Being I am not familiar with Linux kernel what-so-ever, is this a known bug (it
>won't compile on my system) or should I be changing something else?

try to compile gcc 2.7.1 first.

I compiled 1.3.43 kernel without a single error and
have not seen any bugs so far, except that my bogomips
calibration dropped from 33.55 for aout 1.2.10 to
33.28 for ELF 1.3.43 and I do feel the system response
is not as crisp as it used to be.

Serge

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1. Modules error on Kernel 1.3.44

Howdy.  I'm having trouble getting the kernel modules
to install right in my 1.3.44 kernel.  I'm running modules
1.1.87 and here's a copy of what I'm seeing.  I have
MODVERSIONS definsed right now...

Script started on Sun Nov 26 22:45:38 1995
faustus:/sbin# depmod -a
*** Unresolved symbol in module /lib/modules/1.3.44/misc/lp.o
        mod_use_count_
*** Unresolved symbol in module /lib/modules/1.3.44/net/3c503.o
        mod_use_count_
*** Unresolved symbol in module /lib/modules/1.3.44/net/bsd_comp.o
        mod_use_count_
*** Unresolved symbol in module /lib/modules/1.3.44/net/dummy.o
        mod_use_count_
faustus:/sbin# ldd /sbin/modprobe
        libc.so.5 => /lib/libc.so.5.0.9
faustus:/sbin# file /sbin/modprobe
/sbin/modprobe: ELF 32-bit LSB executable i386 (386 and up) Version 1
faustus:/sbin# cat /proc/version

faustus:/sbin# /sbin/modprobe -t misc lp
        /sbin/insmod /lib/modules/1.3.44/misc/lp.o
                loops_per_sec_R40a14192 undefined
wake_up_R176c5125 undefined
jiffies_R2f7c7437 undefined
printk_Rad1148ba undefined
current_set_R12d6ee0e undefined
interruptible_sleep_on_Rcf032baa undefined
need_resched_Rdfc016ea undefined
schedule_R01000e51 undefined
kmalloc_Rd31fb2cb undefined
request_irq_R9e81629c undefined
kfree_R801a0af7 undefined
free_irq_Rf487dc0c undefined
verify_area_R4cfda560 undefined
check_region_Rb91154fb undefined
request_region_R138b0a1e undefined
register_chrdev_R84ed3f73 undefined
unregister_chrdev_R61ea5ee8 undefined
release_region_Rf41d6d31 undefined

faustus:/sbin# exit
Script done on Sun Nov 26 22:46:33 1995

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