Does anyone else have this problem with 2.5.69-1
arch/um/sys-i386/module.c:122: undefined reference to
I changed the extern reference in module.c to a empty function and it
as near as I can tell it is the install funciton for the new dynamic
memory barrier functions.
Here is a somewhat better version of the recursive COW file patch.
This one is against 2.5.69-1 which now boots I have booted with
I still have not added absolute filename nor the offset/length for the
If cow_user.c is compiled with TEST defined it acts much like uml_moo
I have done a "cmp -l" between the files produced by uml_moo and
cow_user with no differences.
COW_SPARSE now works and will convert any zero sectors into seeks
makeing the file sparse.
I also added a COW_NOMAP to create a plain file instead of a COW file it
does this by clearing
the cow_offset/length and data_offset and skipping writing the header.
I have in the process of testing managed to break printk have segfaults
with no mm several kinds
of kernel panics with strange signals 4,5,8,11 most of which had no back
So please regard this as beta software for testing purposes.
It is slightly out of date I have put um_kmalloc back in place of
vmalloc in ubd_alloc
Am Mon, 2003-05-19 um 13.23 schrieb James McMechan:
> Does anyone else have this problem with 2.5.69-1
> arch/um/sys-i386/module.c:122: undefined reference to
> I changed the extern reference in module.c to a empty function and it
Yes. I got the same error. What did you specifically do as a workaround?
Does anybody else has a better solution?
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