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SubjectRe: Modules.Symvers - What is (not) and how to use it?
On 04/08/2014 09:55 AM, Ismael Farfán wrote:
> Hello guys
>
> I work on 3 modules, let's say:
> KServervices, mod1, mod2
>
> KServices exports functions consumed by mod1 and mod2.
>
> Accidentally I was deleting Modules.Symvers after compiling KServices
> and mod1 and mod2 failed to load because thery where looking for the
> functions in a different offset than the one shown in /proc/kallsyms
>
>
> QUESTION:
> What is and how do I use that file?
>
>
> I was hopping to find some good documentation in tldp.org, but
> nothing, I only find forums that mention it, but nothing that can help
> me understand it and probably find a way to stop requiring it.

There is a small bit of documentation for it in
kernel tree:Documentation/kbuild/modules.txt.


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