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SubjectRe: Can't allocate memory when loading a module 2.5.48-bk
Greg KH wrote:
> With Linus's latest bk tree (plus some USB patches) I get the following
> error when trying to load the parport.o module:
>
> # modprobe parport
> FATAL: Error inserting /lib/modules/2.5.48/kernel/parport.o: Cannot allocate memory
>
> Any ideas?

Tag some init code with __init

At least stock 2.5.48 tries to happily allocate zero bytes for init section,
and gets a null pointer. That 'error' is then propagated to user space.

Regards,
Jari Ruusu <jari.ruusu@pp.inet.fi>

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