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SubjectRe: Insmod failed
On Tue, Jan 07, 2003 at 06:08:21PM +0100, Michal Sojka wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'am porting driver for my USB 2.0 device to 2.5 and when I try insmod
> my module I get the following:
>
> Error inserting '/lib/modules/2.5.54/misc/usb-emise.o': -1 Invalid
> module format
>
>
> I compile my module separate of kernel tree with Makefile similar to
> that in Linux Device Drivers book (Rubini, Corbet). What is the right
> way to compile standalone modules?

Kai posted the following a few weeks ago:
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Well, you can do

cd my_module
echo "obj-m := my_module.o" > Makefile
vi my_module.c
make -C <path/to/kernel/src> SUBDIRS=$PWD modules
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Let me know if this solves the problem,

Sam
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