Why this output?

Zeno Davatz zdavatz at ywesee.com
Thu Nov 14 11:49:42 CET 2002


On 14.11.2002 11:42 Uhr, "Jean Delvare" <khali at linux-fr.org> wrote:

> Ok, so the problem is real. You may try "depmod -ae" to display which
> symbols are unresoled, it may be an interesting clue.
Yes this gives me:
depmod: *** Unresolved symbols in
/lib/modules/2.4.18-bf2.4/kernel/drivers/i2c/dmi_scan.o
depmod:         iounmap_Rsmp_5fb196d4
depmod:         __ioremap_Rsmp_9eac042a
depmod:         printk_Rsmp_1b7d4074
depmod:         kmalloc_Rsmp_93d4cfe6
And a lot more...

> I do not use Debian, sorry.
Ok. I believe they are not available.

> One important thing to notice is that i2c and lm_sensors will use
> information found un /usr/src/linux to compile well and choose where to
> install the modules. If the kernel you are running doesn't match the
> sources in /usr/src/linux, then it explains why you're having trouble.
> The next release (2.6.6) of i2c and lm_sensors should be easier to
> install because it will install for the running kernel regardless of
> what /usr/src/linux contains or points to (which has other drawbacks
> IMHO, but would probably help more that hurt).
When can I test version 2.6.6?

Thanks for your help and hints.

Zeno



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