Claus-Justus Heine (firstname.lastname@example.org)
13 Oct 1998 07:37:57 +0200
email@example.com (Alan Cox) writes:
> > The kernel compile will create this file in case you have enabled
> > CONFIG_MODVERSIONS during kernel configuration.
> > Apparently, RH ships with a kernel which preconfigured with
> > CONFIG_MODVERSIONS but doesn't provide the necessary modversions.h
> > file.
> Modversions.h is dynamically generated during a kernel build, hence its not
> part of the kernel sources.
Don't tell me, I know. The problem is that Redhat comes with a
preconfigured kernel that has CONFIG_MODVERSIONS enabled. ftape (the
separate ftape-3.x and ftape-4.x distributions) detects the
MODVERSIONS stuff automatically but then doesn't find the
modversions.h file which indeed is automatically generated. BTW, also
".config" is automatically generated, did you know?
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