: : I recently patched my kernel to 1.3.23. Without modules,
: : it compiles and runs OK. Compiling with module support
: : works, and the modules compile allright too, but I
: : can't seem to load any filesystem module. Does
: : anyone else have this problem?
: Yeap ! After running depmod -a I get 'unresolved symbol in module ' or
: something like that. ( Can't test it now. My linux bos is at home).
: But the message is the same for every module.
AFAIK these are bad_user_access_length and dump_fpu (this only for the elf-
binary-format). Isolved this problem in that way, that I edited ksyms.c
in /usr/src/linux/kernel. I added asm/segment.h , linux/user.h, the
definition for dump_fpu and after the start of symbol_table the lines
X(bad_user_access_length) and X(dump_fpu). Can someone explain why this
is not done before ? Personally, I think noone of the kernel developers
use gcc 2.5.8.....
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