On Mon, May 22, 2000 at 04:44:52PM +0100, John P . Looney mentioned:
> Well, that's sorted most of it. Turns out it's the drivers/usb/Config.in
> file that has to be changed. However, when I insmodded the driver, it gave
> a "couldn't find the kernel version the module was compiled for" error.
>> Any idea what's up with that ? Is there something I've to define in the
> module source ?
Sigh. Sorted that one too. You are supposed to do "make modules
modules_install" to get it to generate all the symbols properly.
At least Linux detects the eToken now ;) Back to work time.
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