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    Hi there,
    I recently upgraded from 1.2.13 to 2.0.0 , so of course when insmod goes
    to fire up /usr/lib/modules/iBCS I get the -

    kfree_s undefined
    create_tables undefined
    current undefined
    Loading failed! The module symbols (from linux-1.2.13) don't match your
    linux-2.0.0

    Ok fine, I jumped on over to sunsite to get ibcs-1.2-950721.tar.gz.
    In hopes that a newly compiled set of ibcs mods will fix me up. Am i
    correct in this assumption? If so, heres my next question...

    I untar -zxvf to /usr/src... scan the README - sais something about
    patches... (dont think im patching anyhting just a clean make from the
    souurce? ) anyway I do my make... things start rolling, then wammo.

    ...

    ../include/ibcs/ibcs.h:32: warning: function declaration isn't a
    prototype
    emulate.c:240: redefinition of `kernel_version'
    /usr/include/linux/module.h:95: `kernel_version' previously defined here
    make[1]: *** [emulate.o] Error 1
    make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/ibcs/iBCSemul'
    make: *** [all] Error 2

    ack! So then I read the README a bit more & it starts saying things
    about making a patch in my /usr/src/linux link...

    /* There may be optional patches - check the options in the Makefile and
    the patches in the Patches directory. If you are using a non-current
    1.3 kernel you should upgrade it. The 1.3 series is a development
    kernel
    and liable to frequent changes. Non-current releases of 1.3 will *not*
    be supported!

    # patch -d /usr/src/linux -p1 < Patches/<whatever> */

    errr??? I dont think i need to do this... ?
    since im using 2.0...

    comments, complaints, even HELP! would be most appreciated!
    thanks

    rgds




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