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> what is the deal????
> -taylor
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> gcc2_compiled. undefined
> fat_get_entry undefined
> fat_fs_panic undefined
> fat_put_inode undefined
> fat_bmap undefined
> fat_code2uni undefined
> fat_cache_inval_inode undefined
> fat_scan undefined
> fat_date_unix2dos undefined
> fat_lock_creation undefined
> fat_statfs undefined
> fat_a2uni undefined
> fat_brelse undefined
> fat_dir_operations undefined
> fat_add_cluster undefined
> fat_put_super undefined
> fat_notify_change undefined
> fat_readdirx undefined
> fat_read_super undefined
> fat_write_inode undefined
> fat_mark_buffer_dirty undefined
> fat_parent_ino undefined
> fat_read_inode undefined
> fat_unlock_creation undefined
> Failed to load module! The symbols from kernel 1.99.14 don't match 1.99.14
>
>

Did you try to load the msdos module without loading the fat module first?
You may want to consider using "modprobe" to load modules. modprobe will
automagically load the correct modules in the correct order. First, make sure
that you did a make modules_install from the kernel source directory. Then
do:

depmod -a
modprobe msdos

Tom


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