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SubjectRe: Problems in exporting symbols
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On Sat, 05 Jan 2002 14:43:20 +0000, 
"kumar M" <kumarm4@hotmail.com> wrote:
>I am getting a kernel mismatch error when I insmod a binary module
>compiled on a 2.4.2 kernel (kernel name say linux-2-4-2-v1) on a different
>system with the same 2.4.2 kernel but with a different kernel name
>(linux-2-4-2-v2). I dont want to recompile the module everytime I give a new
>name to a kernel or for every different system.
>How do I fix this problem ?

Try insmod -f, but don't complain if it destroys your system. Modules
tend to be very kernel specific, forcing a module load into a different
kernel is a good way to kill your machine.

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