[svlug] New Kernel Stuff
dleimbro at cisco.com
Thu Sep 28 06:57:02 PDT 2000
Please, correct me if I'm wrong here, I haven't looked that closely at the
Isn't /boot/System-map the one we really care about it here?
If your booting several different kernels (?), after you compile you could copy
/usr/src/linux/System-map to /boot/System.map-2.2.17, and then in one or your
startup scripts (whenever klogd is started?) according to the uname(1) of the
booted kernel symlink it to /boot/System.map. Don't forget to take care of
your old system.map. :)
I realize if your filing an OOPS bug report you'll end up with the wrong
symbols, but besides that, are system.map error messages anything more than a
On Wed, 27 Sep 2000, Drew Bertola wrote:
> System-map is in /usr/src/linux/System-map.
> Karl F. Larsen writes:
> > Had no problem compiling and getting modules set with the 2.2.17
> > kernel but can't for the life of me find out how to get a new kernel
> > System-map and module-info files.
> > Looked at the redhat books and no info on anything but initrd and
> > that was wrong! I did get a new initrd after reading the man page. How do
> > you do the other stuff. My Linux complains about wrong files on boot now.
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