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SubjectRe: Kernel-module version mismatch
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On Fri, 2001-11-23 at 02:15, Kashif wrote:
> I have recently upgraded from Redhat Linux 7.1 kernel
> version 2.4.2 to 2.4.10. I am trying to insert a
> driver module "code.o" (which was perfectly fine in the previous kernel)into
> the new Kernel. But on insmod i get
> an error:-
>
> "kernel-module version mismatch. code.o was compiled
> for kernel version 2.4.2-2 while this kernel is
> version 2.4.10"
>
> Although i am able to insert the driver module with
> the -f(force) switch. But this results in a faulty
> operation of the driver module. Rather i get an OOps message
> I have tried recompiling the source of gcc in this new kernel but
> that has also not solved this problem. Help will be
> appreciated! Thank you.

Not sure what recompiling gcc would achieve ... you need to recompile
this code.o module under your new RedHat kernel.

Robert Love

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