Subject: Re: modload & /dev/ksyms
To: Cheng-Hsin\) <firstname.lastname@example.org (Hsu, Cheng-Hsin \>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 11/16/2003 12:16:01
> I'm working on a memory-disk based system based on evbarm port.
> I'm trying to modload a .o, however, modload complains the /dev/ksyms doesn't exist and quits. Then, I compile a new kernel with ksyms as well as create the /dev/ksyms node.
> I notice that there is a "missing symbol table" line at bootup, and recognize there is no symbol in my 'netbsd'. I did the following things: (1) set MDSET_NOSTRIP in Makefile to skip symbol strip of kernel. (2) I turn on DEBUG="-g", per some old posts. (3) I set the symbolsize to be non-zero in md code before calling ksyms_init(actually, I set it the same as SYMTAB_SPACE value in conf file).
> Now, I can see "wrong symbol table format". :-(
> Did I miss any step? Thank you!
Simple question: Did you remember to run dbsym on the kernel?