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Peter T. Breuer' own words:
:->
:-> "A month of sundays ago Pierfrancesco Caci wrote:"
:-> >
:-> >

[snip]

:-> > saying that
:-> > libbfd.so.2.7.0.3
:-> >
:-> > is missing. What package is this library part of? Where can I found it?
:->
:-> it is part of binutils 2.7.0.3 - it looks like you didn't read the part
:-> about having to upgrade your binutils!
:->

yeah, read it, downloaded it, ftp crashed, regot it and all seemed ok,
but it wasn't the case... the tar file doesn't untar so that's why I'm
missing it. Just tried to compile without the latest binutils, hoping
all the rest were ok with the older ones :-)

Gotta wait for the low cost telephone time, this evening, for retry...

Thanks to Peter and all the others who promptly answered my "mayday" :-)



:->
:-> Peter
:->
:->

Pf



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> > *** Unresolved symbols in module /lib/modules/2.1.13/misc/appletalk.o

> Na, quite simple: you use a RH 4.0 system and compiled the 2.1.13 kernel
> once with the appletalk and ipx as modules.
> Then you disabled it and now the
> old module files are still in that directory. Depmod sees that these are
> from a different compilation and complains.

No. Maybe thats the case for Charlie but I get the same error with a
slackware installation. I've configured appletalk and IPX as modules, and
make modules;make modules_install places the newly compiled modules in
/lib/modules/2.1.13/misc/appletalk.o and ipx.o
And then I go
#depmod -a
and get the same errors. And it IS newly compiled modules, I did a make
clean before compile.

/Jonas


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