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SubjectRe: [RFC] misleading error message
>> Random side thoughts..
>>
>> a) is there a simple way to search for symbols in a running kernel's
>> memory area that
>> b) can differentiate between module and static, and if so
>> c) is there an interest in a tiny tool that scripts could use to
>> determine existing support?
>>
>
> Take a look in /proc/kallsyms when you have a module loaded. [...]
>grep '\[natsemi\]' /proc/kallsyms

Most distributors do not have the CONFIG_KALLSYMS (or whatever it is called)
active. And IIRC, the help texts say that it consumes a lot of memory (which is
probably due to kallsyms storing not only symbols we need).


Jan Engelhardt
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