I'm trying to add a few extra modules to my ls2 but I'm getting a seg
fault when I load them after building the kernel source from the ftp
site with the default arm-linux-gnueabi-gcc cross compiler available
from the emdebian repos (arm-linux-gnueabi-gcc (Debian 4.3.2-1.1) 4.3.2)
I suspect incompatibility between my cross compiler and that used for
the original build.
Is there a way to find out what gcc version was used on original kernel
supplied ? (uname -a gives
Linux ls2 2.6.36-rc3+ #39 Sat Jun 25 21:15:26 MST 2011 armv5tejl GNU/Linux
) ? The ftp site doesn't include the toolchain, just refers to
I realize I could just update the kernel and all existing modules on my
board but at present I have only remote access via ssh, no serial
any suggestions appreciated, thanks ...
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I have been assuming that the .config provided with the kernel source on
the ftp site was the correct starting point (just added the extra
modules I was looking for) but perhaps there are multiple configs
possible ? Unfortunately the /proc/config.gz wasn't included (no doubt
to save spave) or I could have just pulled it from the running kernel.
If you have any other thoughts please let me know, otherwise this will
probably have to wait a couple months till I can get u-boot access to
replace the kernel.