Hi folks, A while back i posted about trying to create iteraid driver disks for FC1. With the help of David Kewley's instructions (http://www.klab.caltech.edu/~kewley/driverdisk/dd.html) on using Doug Ledford's driver kit (http://people.redhat.com/dledford/), i managed to create a proper driver disk. However, the bad news is that it still doesn't work. When the driver is inserted, it complains about versioned module symbols (i think in the scsi_mod driver) being missing. My question is: what is the method for controlling the presence or absence of module symbol versioning in the boot kernel? It seems to be different to that used in the normal kernel, because i can boot from a non-RAID drive and insmod the driver just fine. Alternatively, am i missing something else? Perhaps the need to compile my own version of scsi_mod and include it in the driver disk? If anyone could point me to some relevant documentation on this, i would be grateful. Googling for the appropriate keywords has proved to be futile - a needle & haystack job. -- Paul http://paulgear.webhop.net -- A: Because we read from top to bottom, left to right. Q: Why should i start my email reply *below* the quoted text?
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