I have a linux kernel ver 2.2.13-0.13 and I must
write a driver for it, this os haven't any development
software to write (cc or gcc and its library),
therfore I install redhat 6.2 with kernel vertion
2.2.14-15.0 after writing my driver I culdn't attach
it to the first kernel (2.2.13-0.13), and give me the
uncompatible vertion error,
How I can write a driver that could be attached to
every version without error ? is it possible?
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