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    SubjectRE: 2.5.72 module loading issue
    Thanks and I will definitely try it!

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Randy.Dunlap []
    Sent: Tuesday, July 22, 2003 8:15 PM
    Subject: Re: 2.5.72 module loading issue

    On Tue, 22 Jul 2003 16:27:24 -0600 <> wrote:

    | I am still struggling on the fc driver module working on new 2.5.72/2.6 kernel and wish someone can shed some lights here.
    | The driver is working great for 2.4.x Linux and is modified to reflect all SCSI layer change in 2.5.72. I have RH9.0 and installed 2.5.72 on the same system. Driver compiled under 2.5.72 OK. The module utilities are upgraded to 0.9.13-pre.
    | Now first problem I have is to module loading fails on "insmod mymodule.o". Message:
    | "No module found in object"
    | "Error inserting 'mymodule.o': -1 Invalid module format"
    | It looks like something is missing from migrating my driver module from 2.4.x to 2.5.x.
    | What is new requirement for module building and loading with "insmod" on 2.5.72 compare with the requirement in 2.4.x?

    Please use the correct makefile for mymodule.
    See linux/Documentation/modules.txt and
    In general, it only takes a few lines to build a module that is
    maintained outside of the kernel source tree in 2.5/2.6.

    Here is an example of one that is probably longer than it needs
    to be:

    # makefile for oops_test/dump*.c
    # Randy Dunlap, 2003-03-12
    # usage:
    # cd /path/to/kernel/source && make SUBDIRS=/path/to/source/oops_test/ modules


    obj-m := dump_test.o

    # dump_test-objs := dump_test.o

    clean-files := *.o

    # fini;

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