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SubjectRe: 2.6.0 modules don't link properly
On Tue, 23 Dec 2003, Andre Tomt wrote:

> On Tue, 2003-12-23 at 00:17, bill davidsen wrote:
> > I tried building 2.6.0-final on a new whitebox-3.0-final install, and
> > the modules_install produced thousands of unresolved symbols. This built
> > on another machine I've been running and updating since the 2.5.3x days,
> > so there might be something I've missed, but I don't quite see what it
> > would be.
> >
> > Whitebox is built from RH-ES-3.0 source, so the only things I updated
> > were the procps and modutils, using the last tar which didn't have "pre"
> > in the name. I see that there is a new tar, out nearly ten hours so it
> > must be stable, which has jumped from 0.9.15 to 3.0.15-pre1, but I'm
> > happily using something months old on other systems.
> >
> > Can someone toss me a clue? Has anyone had a working build with
> > RH-ES-3.0? Yes, I know other things need to be done before I can
> > actually run the kernel, but being able to build would be nice, since I
> > got a new test system just for 2.6 test/demo use.
>
> Sounds like a case of missing module-init-tools.

As noted, 0.9.15 was the latest available when I build, Rusty didn't
suggest needing anything newer, and other systems work with far older
versions.

A new "fixed" release of the O/S came out over the weekend, so I will try
doing the install all over again. Seems odd, may be a library or
something.

--
bill davidsen <davidsen@tmr.com>
CTO, TMR Associates, Inc
Doing interesting things with little computers since 1979.

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