From: valen at domain tuatha.org
Date: Mon 23 Aug 1999 - 09:37:31 IST
On Sun, Aug 22, 1999 at 12:21:23PM -0400, Subba Rao mentioned:
> I am running the Slackware 4.0 with kernel 2.2.11. Few days ago, I have installed tcplogd.
> I can start the daemon fine. When I do the following command, I get this message.
> $ ps x | grep tcplogd
> Warning: /boot/System.map has an incorrect kernel version.
> 182 ? S 0:00 /usr/local/sbin/tcplogd
> 276 ttyp1 S 0:00 grep tcplogd
Copy /usr/src/linux/System.map into /boot & reboot.
System.map just has a load of kernel addresses of various modules and
functions, that is changed every time you make a different kernel. Some
apps, like top and syslogd require a working System.map to work well.
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