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SubjectRe: 2.5.59 change broke modules
On Fri, 17 Jan 2003, Mikael Pettersson wrote:

> What happens is that __find_symbol() oopses because the kernel's
> symbol table is in la-la land. (Note the bogus kernel adress
> 2220c021 it tried to dereference above.)
> Reverting 2.5.59's patch to arch/i386/ cured the
> problem and modules now load correctly for me.

That's interesting. It doesn't happen for me, but I'm using older
binutils. The patch really only changes two things (except for ARM):
o whitespace
o It adds AT(ADDR(section) - 0)

Both of these should be NOPs, but apparently not. Could you try removing
the AT(...) from include/asm-generic/

Also, what does
objdump -h vmlinux
grep __start_


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