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hi i got some problem by compileing of modules when i do kernel upgrade
It seems to have something to do with orig . suse config file
because when i set configuration myself it make modules.
any ideas ?
ps : its 2.422 kernel .
Last edited by Vencalator; 09-25-2003 at 07:00 AM.
I think that what you said in your original post is probably correct:
"It seems to have something to do with orig . suse config file"
I think that you should check out the suse config file this way:
Go into make xconfig and load the suse config file. Then check to see if any module that is specified as "m" in make xconfig is missing in /lib/modules/2.4.22.
In any case I think that the best thing to do is to just set up your own kernel config file and ignore SuSE's since there seems to be some problem with it.