You'd need to do a MIPS cross-compile of modutils, I guess. As an
alternative there is a perl script (depmod.pl) out there that can handle
'foreign' binaries. I haven't had cause to use it on MIPS yet, but have
used it ok PPC. I think it comes with the busybox package.
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linux-mips-bounce@lin Subject: Re: module
10/22/03 07:57 AM
On Tue, 2003-10-21 18:15:56 -0400, David Kesselring
wrote in message
> That's what I did. I defined INSTALL_MOD_PATH as $(TOPDIR)/modules. The
> modules get put there but depmod fails.
depmod works on it's own architecture and I don't recall a way that
would make it work on cross-compiled modules. Maybe you should just copy
over the modules (INSTALL_MOD_PATH is a good start here) and execute
depmod on the target system...
Apart from that, insmod (instead of modprobe) should always work,
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