I looked at the list of binaries in backports.org. I am not sure which
package to install. I have a rootfs that was built for Debian 3.0
(woody). It works fine when the UML kernel I am booting up is a 2.4
series. But the same file system has problems loading a module when I
boot up with a 2.6 series UML kernel.
There are packages for modutils and module-init-tools. Are these the
same thing or they have overlapping behavior. And the kernel versions on
them are all 2.4 series
Since my problem is when I am running a 2.6 kernel, I am not sure which
package to install.
Thanks for all you help.
Milan P. Stanic wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 21, 2004 at 12:13:03PM +0100, roland wrote:
>>maybe an update of modutils helps ?
> I think he should install module-init-tools if he running 2.6.x
> kernel. Ah he says he run Debian root_fs (but didn't say which
> version of Debian) module-init-tools for woody can be found on
> http://www.backports.org/ For sarge/sid they are in.
>>From: "Manigandan Radhakrishnan" <mradhakr@...>
>>>insmod: QM_MODULES: Function not implemented
>>>insmod: cannot open /proc/ksyms No such file or directory
>>>I am running a v2.6 UML (using the new UML patch for 2.6.4) with a
>>>debian root file system. I understand that the kallsyms is the
>>>replacement for ksyms in v2.6. I tried to cat the contents
>>>/proc/kallsyms, that turned out to be empty.
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