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Old 10-16-2012, 03:35 AM   #1
rpatel
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Why "magic number "2.6.38 SMP mod_unload" should be "2.6.38 SMP" " ?


Hello All,

I have compiled module for kernel 2.6.38, after that when i try to insert that module it gives error "Module format invalid" and dmesg was "2.6.38 SMP mod_unload" should be "2.6.38 SMP"" .

Can anyone explain why this happens?

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