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Old 07-12-2004, 03:10 PM   #1
hemanthjjp
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Registered: Jun 2004
Location: india
Distribution: Fedora core 1
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Smile Any FC1 users with a working conaxant hsfmodem driver?


Hai ,


I have an internal modem with conaxant chipsets

The probem is when ever I use the driver it shows errors.


The preocedure is:-

make install :-sucseeded without any errors.


hsfconfig :-module recompilation and installation failed.


I notice the same problem in many FC1 users(like sebb) posts'.


The log message is as follows.I think there is a syntax error in serial-core.c file, as there is no problem in Mandrake 9.1.


Geeeeks please help


The procedures i have followed are as follows after
installation.



[root@localhost Directory]# hsfconfig

Linux HSF softmodem drivers, version 4.06.06.02

No pre-built HSF modules are available for your exact
kernel:

Linux-2.4.22-1.2115.nptl-i686-RedHat-1-MODVERS

Assuming that a C compiler and proper kernel header
files are present
on your system, we will now attempt to re-compile the
modules.

Where is the directory of C header files that match
your running kernel?
[/lib/modules/2.4.22-1.2115.nptl/build]
/usr/src/linux-2.4.22-1.2115.nptl

Re-compiling HSF modules for kernel
2.4.22-1.2115.nptl, using source directory
/usr/src/linux-2.4.22-1.2115.nptl. Please wait..

ERROR: Module re-compilation and installation failed!
Please examine the log file
"/tmp/hsfconfig-recomp.log.2449" to determine why.

[root@localhost Directory]#





THE LOG FILE IS AS FOLLOWS:-






rm -f *.o
make[1]: Entering directory
`/usr/lib/hsf/modules/osspec'
rm -f *.o
make[1]: Leaving directory
`/usr/lib/hsf/modules/osspec'
make -C osspec all
make[1]: Entering directory
`/usr/lib/hsf/modules/osspec'
* Compiling osmemory.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
osmemory.c: In function `OsMemDMAAllocate':
osmemory.c:219: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
* Compiling osstring.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
* Compiling osdebug.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
osdebug.c: In function `OsDebugBreakpoint':
osdebug.c:97: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osdebug.c: In function `OsDebugDumpData':
osdebug.c:103: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
* Compiling osfloat.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
* Compiling osstdio.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
osstdio.c: In function `OsFOpen':
osstdio.c:123: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osstdio.c: In function `OsFRead':
osstdio.c:158: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osstdio.c: In function `OsFWrite':
osstdio.c:181: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osstdio.c: In function `OsFSeek':
osstdio.c:207: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
* Compiling osmodule.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
* Compiling osnvm.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
osnvm.c: In function `NVM_SaveAll':
osnvm.c:326: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:331: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:337: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:342: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:351: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:359: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:364: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:369: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c: In function `NvmLoadFirmware':
osnvm.c:437: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:445: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:454: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:464: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c: In function `NVM_Open':
osnvm.c:495: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:500: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:505: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:510: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:515: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:520: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:525: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:530: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:536: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:555: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:560: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
osnvm.c:573: warning: concatenation of string literals
with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
* Compiling ostime.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
ostime.c: In function `OSCriticalSectionAcquire':
ostime.c:566: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
ostime.c: In function `OSCriticalSectionRelease':
ostime.c:605: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
ostime.c:610: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
* Compiling linuxres.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
make[1]: Leaving directory
`/usr/lib/hsf/modules/osspec'
* Compiling mod_osspec.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
> Linking kernel module hsfosspec.o

* Compiling mod_basic2.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
> Linking kernel module hsfbasic2.o

* Compiling mod_ich.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
> Linking kernel module hsfich.o

* Compiling mod_yukon.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
> Linking kernel module hsfyukon.o

* Compiling mod_engine.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
> Linking kernel module hsfengine.o

* Compiling serial_hsf.c
cc1: warning: "-fcheck-new" is valid for C++ but not
for C/ObjC
cc1: warning: "-fno-rtti" is valid for C++ but not for
C/ObjC
serial_hsf.c: In function `hsf_rx_ready':
serial_hsf.c:161: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
serial_hsf.c: In function `hsf_tx_free':
serial_hsf.c:223: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
serial_hsf.c: In function `hsf_put_char':
serial_hsf.c:240: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
serial_hsf.c: In function `hsf_control':
serial_hsf.c:327: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
serial_hsf.c: In function `hsf_break_ctl':
serial_hsf.c:362: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
serial_hsf.c: In function `hsf_comctrl_init':
serial_hsf.c:472: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
serial_hsf.c:477: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
serial_hsf.c:484: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
serial_hsf.c: In function `hsf_request_port':
serial_hsf.c:619: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
serial_hsf.c:624: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
serial_hsf.c: In function `hsf_serial_init':
serial_hsf.c:737: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
serial_hsf.c:742: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
serial_hsf.c:747: warning: concatenation of string
literals with __FUNCTION__ is deprecated
In file included from serial_hsf.c:801:
serial_core.c: In function `uart_close':
serial_core.c:1073: error: invalid operands to binary
==
make: *** [serial_hsf.o] Error 1

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