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SubjectRe: SMP module compilation on UP?
Mark Mokryn wrote:
> Is it possible to build an SMP module on a machine running a UP kernel
> (or vice versa)? We of course get unresolved symbols during module load
> due to the smp prefix on the ksyms, and haven't seen how to get around
> it. (Defining __SMP__ does not cut it, though I believe this used to
> work a while ago).

Yes. It does not matter what kernel you are running. What's important is
that you configure your sources. Configure your kernel for SMP and do a
'make dep', then compile your module.
--
Rafael
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