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    SubjectRe: What is for?
    > The is your kernel's symbol table, and it's needed to load
    > modules that use symbols that are internal to the kernel (e.g. most
    > modules, if not all). If you aren't using modules, I don't think it's used
    > unless you are doing debugging, or stack traces and such. Might want to
    > keep it around tho.

    Modules use an abbreviated COMPILED-IN table of symbols.
    They do not rely on

    AFAIK, this internal table is visible in /proc/ksyms

    Andrew E. Mileski
    Linux Plug-and-Play Kernel Project
    XFree86 Matrox Team

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