On Wed, Jun 14, 2006 at 12:10:59AM -0400, Brice Goglin wrote:After found the above problem, did it all again to be sure:Avuton Olrich wrote:On 6/13/06, Russell Whitaker <russ@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Then, after mrproper, rebuilt with gcc-4.1.1, no other changes.
compiles ok, installs ok. But, when attempting to load a module, get
the following message: version magic '22.214.171.124via K6 gcc-4.1',
should be '126.96.36.199via 486 gcc-3.3'
You may have forgotten to "make modules modules_install"
Actually, "make modules" does not exist anymore with 2.6. Both built-in
and modular stuff are built at the same time.
Only "make modules_install" is still required.
What's this bullshit ?
$ grep ^modules: Makefile
modules: $(vmlinux-dirs) $(if $(KBUILD_BUILTIN),vmlinux)
Avuton is right, you *have* forgotten to make modules.