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SubjectRe: 2.5.74-mm3 - module-init-tools: necessary to replace root copies?
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I followed your suggestion of installing the module-init-tools
to get around the "make modules_install" problem. I modified
the kernel Makefile to point to /usr/local:

#DEPMOD = /sbin/depmod
DEPMOD = /usr/local/sbin/depmod

I expect it's likely necessary to copy the /usr/local
copies over the / copies so that they are available to
the boot code; Perhaps not.

I thought I check to see how you and/or others did
to for using the newer module-init-tools.

Also, do you think it's better to enable the use
frame pointer when using kgdb. In the past I thought
I had problems with modules due to my enabling the
frame pointer being used.

-piet

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