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SubjectRe: kernel_version needed, but can't be found
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On Thu, 20 Jan 2000 16:30:47 +0800, 
Du Jinsong <jinsong@internetappliance.com> wrote:
>#insmod -p module
>#
>which means it passes the probe.

-p only checks real symbols, it does not check the automatically
generated symbols like kernel_version and __this_module.

>#insmod module
>kerner_version needed, but can't be found
>#insmod -f module
>__this_module undefined
>kernel_version needed, but can't be found

#include <module.h>, no need for versions.h. Modules *must* be
compiled with -DMODULE to expand kernel_version and __this_module. I
suspect that your compile line is wrong, check how other modules are
compiled.


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