|Driver built with a different Linux kernel version unable to be activated on Pandaboard||sn...@cogentsystems.com||4/23/12 6:35 PM|
I have a Pandaboard with Linux kernel 3.0.0-1207-omap4 installed, and
a driver of our company's proprietary iris camera compiled with Linux
kernel version 220.127.116.11. Currently, I am unable to attach the driver
onto the Pandaboard with Linux installed because of a difference in
the kernel version of the Pandaboard and the platform on which the
driver was compiled. What should I do to enable my driver to
successfully attach onto the Pandaboard?
|RE: [pandaboard] Driver built with a different Linux kernel version unable to be activated on Pandaboard||VJ||4/23/12 10:11 PM|
1. Recompile your company code to match Panda kernel version, or
2. Upgrade Panda kernel to match kernel your code needs.
Personally would prefer 1 above.
|Re: [pandaboard] Driver built with a different Linux kernel version unable to be activated on Pandaboard||Vladimir Pantelic||4/24/12 6:38 AM|
port and recompile your driver for 3.0.0-1207-omap4, since it's *your*
or, use a 18.104.22.168 kernel, good luck :)