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Old 03-24-2009, 03:41 AM   #1
shma
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where can i find files pmfs.ko and uvfs_signal


hi,

I need to get 2 files on linux system namely pmfs.ko and uvfs_signal required for one of my tool's installation.
Please tell me where can i find these files.
I have downloaded a uvfs module and tried compiling the module, but the compiler is showing 2 errors. it is not able to compile the files to pmfs.ko but is able to generate the uvfs_signal file.

I am working on Red Hat Linux 5.0 and i am new to it.

Kindly help

Thanks
Shivangi
 
Old 03-24-2009, 03:49 AM   #2
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basically i am trying to install Interwoven Teamsite which asks for a new mount or existing mount needed to store the content, but when i give path of any of the existing mounts, the error is displayed as "required files are not present Files are : pmfs.ko and uvfs_signal"

I am totally new to linux, what can be done for that?

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Shivangi
 
  


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