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Hi!,
I've just compile the kernel 2.4.17 in my linux 7.2 and installed it in my
embedded device running 2.2.18. I have followed all the instructions about
make modules install_modules and so on.
-> I have the modutils 2.1.121.
-> I have the modules in
/lib/modules/2.2.17/...
-> and I have also updated my modules.conf with the new paths, something like:
path[drivers]=/lib/modules/2.4.17/kernel/drivers/
path[net]=/lib/modules/2.4.17/kernel/net/
and so on

Errors:

-> My modules.dep is empty, and I know I have several dependencies and depmod
-a is executed while loading.

-> If I use insmod with the absolute path, then it works, but if I try to use
modprobe, it does not work ( can't locate module...).

-> When I use modprobe -c I get three differents paths for each
modue:
path[drivers]=/lib/modules/2.4.17/kernel/drivers/
...
path[drivers]=/lib/modules
....
path[drivers]=/lib/modules/default

So, What happens here? Is there any other file still storing the old paths
and I should modify it? Are these paths stored in the kernel itself so is
impossible to change then?

Thanks in advance.
ia
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