From: Markus Karg <markus.karg@gm...> - 2005-02-01 16:25:08
Has anybody tried out Arno's changes?
I have pulled them but still get warnings. Maybe this is wanted from Arno, I
don't know. Unfortunately I have not yet understood why I cannot insmod the
driver -- it tells me its for 2.4.20-4GB, while my kernel is
2.4.20-4GB-athlon. As I found out, this message means that the driver itself
doesn't contain correct version information, while my Kernel does. So I have
setup a simple, empty driver (thanks, oreilly, for that great driver book)
and saw the same effect. So the problem seems to be that #include
<linux/version.h> is not using my actual configuration. But how to fix
that...?! Until I fixed that, I cannot test the driver... :-(
Thanks for every tip!
From: Arno Willig <akw@mo...> - 2005-02-01 18:40:38
> don't know. Unfortunately I have not yet understood why I cannot insmod the
> driver -- it tells me its for 2.4.20-4GB, while my kernel is
Well, what does "uname -r" show up? Linux 2.4.20-4GB-athlon I suppose.
Try to make with KVERS=2.4.20-4GB-athlon or better compile yourself a
new vanilla kernel with sources from http://www.kernel.org (preferably a 2.6.10
You can also try to insmod the module with insmod -f zd1211.ko, it
Arno Willig <akw@...>
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