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Re: [Re: Problems with depmod]

BTW what kernel are you using!!! i have used a winbond840.c with a 2.2.14
kernel that comes stock with rh 6.2. i put the source in
/usr/src/linux/modules and compiled it from there, then i copied the
resulting winbond840.o to /lib/modules/<kernel-version>/net and then i did a
depmod and modprobe and things worked fine!!!!
> Yes i compiled the drivers using the command given at the bottom and also
> the command
> "gcc -DMODULE -DMODVERSIONS -D__KERNEL -I/tmp -O6 -c winbond-840.c"
> The driver source was in the tmp directory.
> Both ways it gives the same error.
> I dot not know what is a smp or non smp kernel.
> Thank You
> Ajitpal Singh
> "Ambar Roy" <ambarroy@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> did u compile using the compile command given in the file. (also did u
> compile it for an smp or a non smp kernel!!!)
> Bye,
>     /\ |\/| |3 /\ r
> > I compiled the driver for my network card (winbond-840).
> > It compiled properly but when I ran the depmod command it gives an
> > error:
> > Not an ELF file.
> > "Unresolved symbols in module winbond-840............."
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