On Sat, Sep 09, 2000 at 12:01:18AM +0100, Leo Talbot wrote:
> Just updated a Debian box from slink to potato, and also compiled a nice
> shiny 2.2 kernel (previously used 2.0.34). When I rebooted I got a flood of
> unresolved symbol errors. I've rerun update-modules, and the same result
> occurs. Any Debian wizards out there that know what the heck is going on?
Well, you can try 'depmod -a' but I doubt that's the problem...
IMVHO it might be a problem from the 2.2 compilation. You could try the
stock potato kernel
apt-get install kernel-image-2.2.17
Or just try recompiling the kernel - something went wrong I'd say, but I
don't know what. Maybe grep the kernel sources for the missing functions,
work out what modules they'd go into, and make sure those modules are
compiled... something like that?
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