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** Reply to message from Keith Owens <kaos@ocs.com.au> on Wed, 15 Nov 2000
10:31:22 +1100


> "#define __NO_VERSION__" must be in all but one of the sources that
> also include module.h. It suppresses the module_version string in
> module.h so it only make sense if the code includes module.h. But
> exactly one of the objects in a module must have a module_version
> string.

Ok, I made this change:

#ifndef __ENTRY_C__
#define __NO_VERSION__
#endif
#include <linux/version.h>

and in entry.c:

#define __ENTRY_C__
#include "include.h"

Unfortunately, it still doesn't work.

I tried "insmod -f tdmcddk.sys", but that didn't help either.



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