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Date: Mon, 04 Jun 2001 02:19:17 -0500
From: Ken Bradshaw <lickety@swbell.net>
Subject: depmod: *** Unresolved symbols!!!
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okay here's what I've got guys... I installed Debian 2.2r3, upgraded to =
kernel 2.4.4 and installed the kernel-headers-2.4.4 package.  Then I =
downloaded the ltmodem-2.99b driver packages and ran the build_module, =
ltinst2, and autoload scripts.. The result was an unresolved symbols in =
lt_serial.o and lt_modem.o.  If all else fails read the instructions =
right?  So I did, most of the docs specified the kind of problem only =
occuring if the kernel was not the same version as the headers, this is =
not the case obviously.... I verified that I had at least pppd version =
2.4.0, I even wen so far as to download and run fixscript which reported =
the error "objcopy: redefine-sym: symbol "" is target of more than one =
redefinition".  This driver worked in Debian 2.2r2 with kernel 2.4.4, so =
I'm having a hard time determining the issue, and I'm tapped for ideas.  =
Anyone have a clue?
Thanks in advance for the consideration,
Ken.

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