I have a situation where our development system is Linux version 2.2.5-22,
and the target (embedded) system is version 2.2.12-1.
We have a loadable module (driver for EtherExpress 100/Pro; e100.o) that
must be runned on the 2.2.12-1 target system.
However, we can only compile the driver on our host/development system, and
when compiling the module version will then be 2.2.5-22.
So, on the target system, when trying to
I just get an error message complaining about wrong kernel version.
** QUESTION: How can I, on my 2.2.5-22 system, compile a module with kernel
version number 2.2.12-1 !???????
(I have tried to compile with include-directory set to the old 2.2.12
include files, and LINUX_VERSION_CODE is there defined as 131596 = 2.2.12
... compilation is OK, but have no effect on the )
Thanx for any help,