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Old 01-19-2005, 09:12 AM   #1
dypgrp
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error while accessing math functions in kernel modules


Hi All,

How to use maths functions like simple division and modular division,etc.
in kernel module.Because when we use simple symbols like'/' or'%' in kernel modules it gives errors while doing insmod .

The error is unresolved symbol _umodid or _udivid

We have tried including "math.c" file in the module still we r encountering the same error

So can u suggest the appropriate solution

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