[driverloader] unresolved symbols?

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Wed Jun 16 11:00:29 EDT 2004


this is a known issue. You probably used the pre-compiled RPM for the SuSE 
kernel and obtained unresolved symbols. Even if the kernel used by SuSE and 
the JDS have the same name, it seems that they are sightly different.

You will need to compile the DriverLoader module from sources. First, please 
remove the package you have installed with the 'rpm -e driverloader' command 
in a root shell.

You can download the "Generic package with sources" in RPM format from the 
following address :


You should make sure that you have 'gcc' installed. You should also install 
the 'kernel-source' package for the kernel you are currently running. You can 
see the version of the kernel you are currently running with the 'uname -r' 
command in a shell.

When you will install the DriverLoader package, the module will automatically 
be compiled and installed for you if you have installed the packages 
mentioned in the last paragraph.

If the compilation failed at installation, please use the 'dldrconfig 
--kernel' command in a root shell to try again to compile the module.

Please let us know if you require more assistance.


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

On Tuesday 15 June 2004 13:43, devmusgrave wrote:
> I get unresolved symbol issues as well with rpm under JDS. Looks
> like I need a "generic" rpm. Where do I get one? I looked around
> a bit but don;t know what I'm looking for?
> THX;
> Tod
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