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    SubjectRe: getting module symbols into ksyms
    Yes, I know about the HTML crap. I realized after I sent it what I had done
    and knew I'd get flack about it.

    Regarding the issue, I'm using 2.2.14-5.0. I'll have to check version of
    ksymoops and modutils.

    It's too bad that a seemingly simple question like this ends up being so
    complicated. I'll get the details.

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Keith Owens" <>
    To: "Jerry Kelley" <>
    Cc: "linux kernel" <>
    Sent: Saturday, October 21, 2000 9:11 PM
    Subject: Re: getting module symbols into ksyms

    > On Sat, 21 Oct 2000 10:41:08 -0500,
    > "Jerry Kelley" <> wrote:
    > >I'm trying to debug the oops that my module is generating. When I use =
    > >ksymoops on the oops text I get a warning saying that the module is in =
    > >lsmod but is not found in ksyms. I have two questions:
    > Please send in plain text instead of quoted printable+HTML, it uses
    > less bandwidth for exactly the same result. Tools, Options, Send, set
    > Mail send for Plain text.
    > You provided zero details about your system, no indication of which
    > kernel, modutils or ksymoops you are running. So the only help that
    > can be provided is to tell you to upgrade to the latest modutils and
    > ksymoops[*] and try again. If you still have a problem, provide
    > details next time.
    > [*]

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