Richard,

was this a clean, from scratch, build, or are you re-building in an existing buildroot checkout?  If the latter, then blow away build_arm and toolchain_build_arm and redo the make.  The error you're seeing there seems to be reporting that some module was compiled either with the wrong compiler, or against the wrong kernel version.  I think I saw something similar recently, and a recompile fixed things.  But I could be mis-remembering.

C

On Jun 29, 2005, at 10:00 AM, Richard T. Stofer wrote:

When I build a new FS from Rev 505 (and several previous versions), something gets hosed in the process.  The result is that insmod returns errors such as:


Starting network...
hostap: version magic '2.6.11gum ARMvLINUX_ARM_ARCH gcc-3.4' should be '2.6.11gum ARMv5 gcc-3.4'
Dec 31 16:00:40 cardmgr289: executing: 'modprobe hostap 2>&1'
Dec 31 16:00:40 cardmgr289: + insmod: cannot insert `/lib/modules/2.6.11gum/kernel/drivers/net/wirerDec 31 16:00:40 cardmgr289: + modprobe: failed to load module hostap
Dec 31 16:00:40 cardmgr289: modprobe exited with status 1
Dec 31 16:00:40 cardmgr289: module /lib/modules/2.6.11gum/pcmcia/hostap.o not available
hostap: version magic '2.6.11gum ARMvLINUX_ARM_ARCH gcc-3.4' should be '2.6.11gum ARMv5 gcc-3.4'
Dec 31 16:00:40 cardmgr289: executing: 'modprobe hostap_cs iw_mode=2 ignore_cis_vcc=1 2>&1'
Dec 31 16:00:40 cardmgr289: + insmod: cannot insert `/lib/modules/2.6.11gum/kernel/drivers/net/wirerhostap_cs: version magic '2.6.11gum ARMvLINUX_ARM_ARCH gcc-3.4' should be '2.6.11gum ARMv5 gcc-3.'Dec 31 16:00:40 cardmgr289: + insmod: cannot insert `/lib/modules/2.6.11gum/kernel/drivers/net/wirerDec 31 16:00:40 cardmgr289: + modprobe: failed to load module hostap_cs
Dec 31 16:00:40 cardmgr289: modprobe exited with status 1
Dec 31 16:00:40 cardmgr289: module /lib/modules/2.6.11gum/pcmcia/hostap_cs.o not available
Dec 31 16:00:40 cardmgr289: truncated m
udhcpc (v0.9.9-pre) started

 

Clearly a macro definition is scrambled somewhere in the ‘make’ process.  The FS is built directly from svn, no edits of any kind.  Just ‘svn… ‘ followed by ‘make’.

 

I am using Fedora Core 3 with a complete installation of every known option and the install is brand new.  Nothing has been changed, my environment is exactly the way it comes out of the box – well, actually, off the CDs.

 

Now, as I am the only person having this problem (right?), there must be something wrong with my version of Linux or the way in which it is installed.  And the results are identical on 2 different Fedora Core 3 machines.

 

First question: is anyone using Fedora Core 3 and having success building the FS?  If so, what have you changed that allows it to work?

Second question: what other versions of Linux that are currently available over the Internet are known to work?  What changes to the stock environment are required?

 

Thanks

Richard Stofer