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SubjectRe: linux kernel v2.4.0-test7 problems
--- Ahmed El-Mahmoudy <ant1@ants.net.dhis.org> wrote:
> 2. So, I compiled the kernel with the IPv6 as a
> module. Now, when I
> attempt to load the ipv6 module. I get some
> unresolved symbols error
--- Snip ---
> /lib/modules/2.4.0-test7/kernel/net/ipv6/ipv6.o:
> unresolved symbol tcp_destroy_sock
--- Snip ---
Have you compiled IPv6 as a module but compiled TCP
itself into the kernel rather than as a module? I'm
not sure if it can link like this . . . I had this
problem with 2.2.16 where many modules (sound,
soundcore, etc) had a dependancy upon the module
loader and could not find the dependancy because I had
compiled the kernel so the module loader was internal.
The problem was fixed when I recompiled with an
external module loader.
-Leo

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