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Old 10-05-2003, 02:40 AM   #1
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small errors in kernel code (2.4.22)

i've actually had to go in and fix 2 errors in the kernel code


line 1037 (i think )

they put

inOde->blah blah i had to change to inode->

and like line 937 there was a ^N that i had to change to a .

the 1st error was "first time use not delcared" or something and the second was just a parse error. fixing the 2 errors yielded a successful compile.

anybody else see this in the source?

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Old 10-05-2003, 05:34 AM   #2
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No, I couldn't find the errors you're referring to. I couldn't find any occurrence of "inOde" in the whole file. And there weren't any troubles I could see on the lines you specified. I've compiled and used this version of the kernel successfully without any issues.

The file I grabbed was the bzipped tarball from my local ISP's kernel mirror. It might be worthwhile downloading the accompanying .sign file and checking the signature against the tarball you download.
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I'd check that kernel source against an MD5-verified set of sources on a separate machine. You might find some interesting trojan or virus code in there.

Where'd you get your source?


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