[driverloader] Build errors running dldrconfig
against 2.6.10-9-amd64-k8 kernel
linuxant at pimpninja.org
Mon Mar 21 19:46:12 EST 2005
Oh, you're right. I didn't notice that. Hrm. It seems that installing from
http://debian-amd64.alioth.debian.org/gcc-3.4/ actually installs gcc4 by
default. Okay, well I did `ln -sf gcc-3.4 /usr/src/gcc`
And it works! Awesome. I can now `iwconfig` and see the interface, and I
can see the local wireless network!
Thank you for your help, Jonathan. I look forward to giving you my 20
> are you sure that you are using gcc 3.4? According to the dump you have
> sent us, it seems that you are using gcc 4.0 and the build log you
> have posted seems to indicate that gcc 4.0 was used to compile
> DriverLoader as another user reported similar build problems on Fedora
> Core 4 Test 1 which also uses gcc 4.0.
> We will post a message when the build issues with gcc 4.0 will be
> Technical specialist / Linuxant
> support at linuxant.com
> David Leaman wrote:
>> Since I switched to a gcc-3.4 system I am no longer getting the
>> 'Invalid module format' error I was getting before, but now I do have
>> build problems when I run `dldrconfig`. I tried a couple of kernels,
>> and got similar results. Here is the 'dldrconfig-buildlog.txt' from
>> when I tried to install on a 2.6.10-9-amd64-k8 kernel:
>> And here is my dumpdiag:
>>>you have sent us the 'dumpdiag' instead of the
>>>'dldrconfig-buildlog.txt' file which we need to fix the problem.
>>>Please let us know if you require more assistance.
>>>Technical specialist / Linuxant
>>>support at linuxant.com
>>>----- Original Message -----
>>>To: support at linuxant.com
>>>Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2005 5:14 PM
>>>Subject: Re: [driverloader] 'Invalid module format' error on AMD64 w/
>>>kernel 2.6.10 [eid-20050316-17a]
>>>I decided to go ahead and reinstall Linux, but this time I chose a
>>>port that is compiled with gcc-3.4. I checked to make sure the kernel
>>>and driverloader were using the same gcc, and now I'm getting a
>>>different error. Could you plesae let me know if you can tell what's
>>>wrong? Attached are my dldrconfig-buildlog.txt after running
>>>dldrconfig and my driverloaderdiag.txt.
>>>>I don't know how to fix the problem, it seems that the kernel kbuild
>>>>system is still using a wrong version of GCC. You could try to remove
>>>>gcc-3.3 from your system, it might fix the problem.
>>>>Technical specialist / Linuxant
>>>>support at linuxant.com
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