Missing 'module-info-126.96.36.199' after kernel compile.
So, I've read the stickies and did my best to search the forum, and couldn't find a reference to this issue, although it could just be that I suck at searching the forum.
Hopefully you all can at least point me in the right direction. It is a kernel upgrade issue, and I don't see that it should necessarily be a platform-specific question-- Which is why I put it here in 'Linux-General'.
I am attempting to upgrade from kernel 2.4.20-8 to 188.8.131.52, and everything seems to be going well, except that I seem to be missing 'module-info-184.108.40.206' after compiling.
After reading a few guides and how-to's, I settled on the 'Migrating to Linux Kernel 2.6' guide found on Thomer M. Gil's website. I would post the URL, but apparently I'm not allowed as this is my first post.
I have seen a few other people ask this question on other sites, but they never get a straight answer. Regardless of whether it's a necessary file or not, I would like to know what its function is, and how to create it.
Thanks in advance.
P.S.- For those of you who will undoubtedly ask... This is a Redhat9 system on a Dell Latitude D800.