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SubjectRe: [BUG][2.5.60/61] - Making modules problem
On Mon, 17 Feb 2003, Shawn Starr wrote:

> Well, if I take a vanilla kernel, extract it, copy my old .config over, make
> oldconfig, select anything new, make modules, it used to skim though sources
> and compile the modules selected. Now, it builds bzImage (or whatever
> vmlinux) and THEN builds the modules last.

It really builds the modules at the same time (as module.o),
then vmlinux, then the final modules (module.ko)

> If I have a built vmlinux, before I do make modules, it will just compile the
> modules as it would normally do.

Okay, that's expected, with

> CONFIG_MODVERSIONS=y

So not a bug. Thanks for the details.

--Kai



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