Boaz Harrosh wrote:
I'm glad to here that the bug has been fixed. Anyway, it does not work
with my configuration:
I've compiled an UML kernel based on 2.6.25 but loading kernel modules
seems to be broken. No matter which module I try to load the output
looks similar to this:
overflow in relocation type 11 val 80836d41
'loop' likely not compiled with -mcmodel=kernel
After searching for a while I found some threads from 2006 discussing
this issue, e.g.:
As Andi Kleen has mentioned in a mail from the first thread, simply
appending "-mcmodel=kernel" to the KBUILD_CFLAGS does not work (I tried
it anyway and can confirm his statement ;)
Since I could not find any solution I've decided to write this mail and
ask about the current state of this issue and of course for a solution!
I simply don't want to believe that there is no loadable module support
for UML in 2008...
Every thing is fine down here. What host Kernel-gcc-glibc / uml-gcc-glibc
are you using?
I'm using out-of-tree modules with uml for every kernel since 2.6.19.
I have both Host and UML as x86_64 on FC7 with gcc 4.1.2
- CentOS 5.1 as host system and UML root fs
- Kernel 22.214.171.124 (vanilla, but config taken from the CentOS kernel)
- GCC 4.1.2
- GLIBC 2.5