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SubjectRe: linux-2.6.0-test1 : modules not working
I am curious what is the minimum kernel source tree is
required to build external modules.

I dont want to touch my kernel , i want to make
another directory same 'module_test' and want to copy
only required minimum kernel Source tree with modified
scripts's Makefile and kbuild Makefile to build "Hello

Please help me.


--- "Randy.Dunlap" <> wrote:
> Sure, 2.6 supports external modules (if you mean
> modules that are
> built outside of the kernel source tree), but for
> now you also
> need a full kernel source tree for the build system
> to reference.
> I.e., you can't build an external module without
> having a full
> kernel source tree installed and configured.

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