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Old 05-10-2008, 07:34 AM   #1
Pikidalto
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Kernel-kqemu installed, /dev/kqemu not found


I have googled this and have found mostly Ubuntu articles referring to udev, which is not included by my distro (ArkLinux), so I can't follow them. I am wandering, are kernel modules backward-compatible with older kernels? kqemu is compiled for 2.6.25.2, and I am using 2.6.23 (for some odd reason, the newer one won't work with ndiswrapper or the bcm43xx module, will make this problem a separate thread later). Any help appreciated.
 
  


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