From: Kevin Curtis <email@example.com>
To: Kernel Mailing List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Loading Modules on Sparc64
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 13:53:26 +0100 [thread overview]
Message-ID: <7C078C66B7752B438B88E11E5E20E72E25C899@GENERAL.farsite.co.uk> (raw)
I have installed Aurora 1.0 on a Sparc Ultra 60 workstation and have
a command line system running (X doesn't work yet but that's another
question for later).
For sparc64 I realise that userland is 32 bits and Kernel space is 64 bits.
I have built a Kernel module in userland and I am trying to load it into the
Kernel. I get the following error message:
[root@icarus kernel]# /sbin/insmod fred.o
fsx25.o: ELF file fred.o not for this architecture
I assume this is to do with the 32/64 bit issue. What magic do I need to
place in my Makefile or tool do I need to use to build a module that can be
I have spent a couple of hours searching with google but haven't found any
help in this matter.
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