It doesn't complain about different kernel modules,
it just gives me pages of unresloved symbols.
I'm not trying to upgrade the kernel, just recompile
the mandrake one.
> From: Jakma, Paul[SMTP:Paul.Jakma at compaq.com]
> Sent: 20 January 2000 17:21
> To: 'Stephen Shirley'; ilug at linux.ie> Subject: RE: [ILUG] Kernel compilation/reboot problem
>> > The modules had been replaced with the ones I was compiling
> > last night (I think) and so wouldn't load.
> > Can't load the aic7xxx module.
>> try forcing the module to load, insmod -f. If the kernel versions aren't
> different it might work.
>> -paul jakma
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