The version of the slmodem that worked for me is 2.9.9a [
The problem I have is that I finding it difficult to be loaded
automatically with rc.local having the following lines:
/usr/bin/slmodemd --country-IRELAND /dev/slamr0
John Summerfield wrote:
>Here is the resolution of the problem:
>https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=144056>>I'm not trimming so as to benefit linux-support at sl who may wish to see this:
>>>>>More googling, more info and a patch (which I've not tried).
>http://www.datiku.com/documents/2610_migration.php>K. Dube wrote:
>>>>>I am getting the following errors after successfully compiling and
>>installing the slmodem driver in FC3 running on the Packard Bell
>>EasyNote 3 laptop:
>>>> # modprobe slamr
>> FATAL: Error inserting slamr
>> (/lib/modules/2.6.10-1.741_FC3/extra/slamr.ko): Unknown symbol in
>> module, or unknown parameter (see dmesg)
>>>>>>On running dmesg, I get the following lines of text:
>>>> slamr: module license 'Smart Link Ltd.' taints kernel.
>> slamr: Unknown symbol get_device
>> slamr: Unknown symbol put_device
>> slamr: Unknown symbol device_release_driver
>>>>I am experiencing this problem only with the Fedora kernels starting
>>with release 2.6.9-1.724_FC3. I have no problem with this slmodem
>>driver on the earlier Fedora kernels. How can I solve this problem?
>>>>>>I am not subscribed to the list, and I'm not sure that this will go to the
>list so I'm sending to the two of you. I found your emails by google.
>>I have exactly this problem (except that I have a self-built FC3 kernel with
>>The version of the slmodem software I have is 2.9.10, the only one visible at
>the vendor site.
>>Please CC me with any replies (especially with the resolution!).
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