> Manish Lohani wrote:
> > I have a driver loadable module which i am compiling with
> the same gcc
> > flags as used to compile a kernel for a MIPS R5432 based NEC board.
> > On the development machine, to compile files driver1.c and
> > $ mips_fp_le-gcc -fomit-frame-pointer -fno-strict-aliasing -G 0
> > -mno-abicalls -fno-pic -pipe -mtune=r5000 -mlong-calls
> -mips2 -Wall -c
> > driver1.c
> > $mips_fp_le-ld -r -o driver --printmap --cref driver1.o driver2.o
> > mips_fp_le-gcc (GCC) version 3.3.1
> > mips_fp_le-ld (GNU ld) version 2.14
> > I have Busybox v0.60.2 on the target.
> > On the target:
> > # insmod ./driver
> > Using driver
> > Segmentation fault
> > #
> > Does anybody have any suggestions as to what could be wrong?
> BusyBox0.60.x's insmod does not work with gcc-3.3 and above.
> I use a patched version of the real insmod:
> # insmod --version
> insmod version 2.4.25
> I forget where I put the patch, but the insmod author told me that the
> patches were in a later version. So if I were you, I would
> use version
> 2.4.26 or higher.
> David Daney.
Im using gcc-3.3.3 and busybox-0.60.5 and insmod works if I strip the debug
symbols from the module.