I was trying to compile and insert a module. The module compiles fine and creates tool.ko file(am compiling it from Desktop). Next when I try to use "insmod tool.ko" , it gives em this error: insmod: error inserting 'tool.ko': -1 Operation not permitted.I tried to use modprobe instead , thinking it might install the dependencies(if any) by itself: "modprobe -v tool.ko" but it gives me this error
FATAL: Module tool.ko not found
I went over some linux forum posts and tried to resolve it but no use.I copied all the files from Desktop to the /lib/modules/184.108.40.206-0.7-Desktop/build folder and then ran the commands but still face the same problem. Used this "/sbin/depmod -a " thinking it might update the modeprob.conf file, but no use !
I'm new to openSUSE and as a matter of fact, to linux too. I've got a Linksys WUSB600N wireless adapter which used to work fine with some live versions of linux that I was testing out before moving onto suse... Each time, upon booting using live CDs, I used to copy the driver I had downloaded from:
Then 'make' and get into the driver's os/linux directory to load the driver using 'insmod rt2870sta.ko' Now, upon doing a 'make' and 'make install', followed by the 'insmod rt2870sta.ko', I get the error saying:
insmod: error inserting 'rt2870sta.ko': -1 Invalid module format
I tried doing 'modprobe -rv rt2870sta' and didn't get any error messages. But while doing 'modprobe -v', this error shows up: insmod /lib/modules/220.127.116.11-9-default/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/rt2870sta.ko FATAL: Error inserting rt2870sta (/lib/modules/18.104.22.168-9-default/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/rt2870sta.ko): Invalid module format
I recently got a eSata docking station for hard drives and after deciding to make those volumes encrypted LVM's, I created my first logical volume. After setting it up in yast2 and rebooting I received a prompt for the lvm password, gave it and received:
Mar 17 13:38:21 blkdragon kernel: [ 1105.172687] padlock: VIA PadLock not detected. Mar 17 13:38:21 blkdragon kernel: [ 1105.313056] alg: No test for stdrng (krng) Mar 17 13:38:21 blkdragon kernel: [ 1105.323189] alg: No test for stdrng (ansi_cprng) Mar 17 13:38:22 blkdragon kernel: [ 1105.416892] padlock: VIA PadLock Hash Engine not detected. Mar 17 13:38:22 blkdragon modprobe: FATAL: Error inserting padlock_sha (/lib/modules/22.214.171.124-0.6-desktop/kernel/drivers/crypto/padlock-sha.ko): No such device
Boot resumed and I looked for the reason for this, the padlock-sha.ko module does exist in the appropiate place and the volume was mounted in spite of the error message. Lvmdump seems to indicate that the volume is, in fact, encrypted. My thoughts at the moment are that the volume was encrypted by aes, so the padlock-sha.ko was not necessary to mount the volume. Backtracking the message log the same error happened during the creation of the volume before rebooting. The kernel version gives it away but it's a 11.2 machine.
(Opensuse 11.4, nvidia, core2) PROBLEM: cpu goes into C3 powersaving state even on full load (even when disabled from bios) (acpi=off prevents this). opensuse 11.4 kernel ignores boot option processor.max_cstate=2 (option has no effect). cpufreq util should be able to change governor policy to performance, however acpi-cpufreq driver doesn't load: modprobe acpi-cpufreq -> FATAL: error inserting acpi_cpufreq (/lib.../acpi-cpufreq.ko): No such device
I got "Invalid Module format" error while using insmod command. Later i understand that the file is compiled in previous version of Linux. But, currently i don't have the source files to recompile in new version of Linux. I have tried with -f option. Still, It is not working. Is there any other way to solve this problem.
I recently isntalled opensuse 11.3 and I was trying to get the juniper ssl vpn working. It connects and everything goes fine until it prompts me for the root password. Once I do that, it errors out saying: "Modprobe for tun module failed" or something of that nature.
After a reboot, my PC just hang. It says "insmod : error inserting '/lib/raid456.ko : -1 File exists ..." then followed by a kernel panic. I have tried to boot using rescue mode but it couldn't find any Linux partition, thus no /mnt/sysimage was mounted. It left me at a shell and I'm stuck there.
I successfully built the sources for 64 bit linux drivers from [URL].... on the 64 bit F14 machine: Linux localhost.localdomain 126.96.36.199-45.fc14.x86_64 #1 SMP Mon Oct 18 23:57:44 UTC 2010 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux and got wl.ko:
I am still new to porting wifi drivers. I am currently porting Ralink RT5370 driver, no problem with the compilation but when I execute insmod operation I got a lot of errors regarding RTMP. This is a part of the error I got:
rt5370sta: Unknown symbol rausb_buffer_free rt5370sta: Unknown symbol RtmpOsFreeSpinLock rt5370sta: Unknown symbol RtmpOsPktHeadBufExtend rt5370sta: Unknown symbol RtmpOSTaskNotifyToExit rt5370sta: Unknown symbol RtmpOsGetNetDevName rt5370sta: Unknown symbol RtmpOsHtonl rt5370sta: Unknown symbol RtmpOsAtomicInterlockedExchange rt5370sta: Unknown symbol RtmpUtilInit rt5370sta: Unknown symbol RtmpOSTaskInit rt5370sta: Unknown symbol RtmpOsAtomicInit
insmod: can't insert '/home/rt5370sta.ko': unknown symbol in module or invalid parameter Based on the some forum that I've read, adding the MODULE_LICENSE("GPL") is one of the solution. I did add it inside usb_main_dev.c and recompile but I still get the same errors.
insmod: error inserting 'kernel.ko': -1 Invalid parametersI am getting this error when i am try to insert kernel.ko into kernelMy systemfedora 12 with gcc 4.4.2insmod kernel.koinsmod: error inserting 'kernel.ko': -1 Invalid parametersmy program
I have some problems with CentOS 5.4 and standard kernel 188.8.131.52, which I need for realtime extensions.With the solution in this thread: [URL] I could boot the new standard kernel , There are still two error messages during the boot process:
I took some pictures tonight and plugged in my flash card reader (via usb) as always. Only this time, the device isn't assigned a proper location (like "sdc3").
A little research later and I *think* I need the module "usb-storage", which I can't get to load. It's been a *long* time since I had to mess with modules and I'd like some fresh eyes on what the problem might be.
This is my lsmod output:
I also ran modprobe with -n -v:
I have run depmod -a and tried the modprobe again...
If I drill down to the /lib/modules/<kernel -r>/drivers/usb/storage/ where the .ko file is and say:
So.... since I haven't changed anything that I can think of since the last time I took pictures...what happened? How do I fix this?
I have server 10.04 running, and I modified my fstab file to automatically mount an NTFS partition on startup, but after a reboot, I see that I clearly did something wrong, as now it will not boot. The output is:
init: ureadahead-other main process (923) terminated with status 4 If this is an error with my changes to the fstab file, is there any way I can access is to change it? No matter what i do I can't get it to boot.
I am trying to install a third party driver and the provided makefile makes a call to insmod. Whenever I try to install this I run "su", so I am root and should have permissions. However, when I run "make install" I get the following output:
Code: # make install Unloading any instances of foo module Loading new foo into running kernel insmod: error inserting 'foo.ko': -1 Operation not permitted make: *** [install] Error 1
Like I said before, I'm doing this as root, so I don't see how this is possible. Additionally, every time I try to do this it seems to cause a lot of damage to whatever kernel I'm currently booted in; USB and ethernet (and hence the Internet) stop working and I have to wipe the kernel and reinstall it.
I was just able to buy a new laptop and everything is going ok except there is no sound coming from the speakers only the headphones (hda ATI SBx00 Azalia Intel HDA) and I found this useful post ([ubuntu] No sound with hp 6735s, ATI SBx00 Azalia (Intel HDA) - Ubuntu Forums) except there is no modprobe.conf file in my modprobe.d directory.
until yesterday night wireless was working fine on openSUSE 11.2 After a reboot, suddenly wireless is not even shown as a possible network medium. In the network manager, the tab with "wireless" is greyed out.After going through many forum posts, here is what all I have tried.Output from various commands:
I guess that driver is not getting loaded since modprobe is giving an error which I mentioned earlier. What could be reason? Did driver crashed? Since this issue cropped up only after I rebooted the machine.
since the recent upgrade to Maverik every time I boot this error message appear on the top of the screen: "modprobe: Fatal: Could not load /lib/modules/2.6.35-22-generic/modules.dep: no such file or directory" fter that plymouth starts without any graphics and the first visible object is the login interface (GDM)
my error when trying to run a VB (Virtualbox). Error as copied from error box. install the virtualbox-ose-modules package for your kernel and execute 'modprobe vboxdrv' as root. VBox status code: -1908 (VERR_VM_DRIVER_NOT_INSTALLED).
I get this when trying to launch a VB after making one with wizzard.
I have a problem with the fritz!wlan usb stick. I have installed itth success on another PC by using instructions published here Ndiswrapper - openSUSE.Today I have decided to erase WindowsXP from my wife's computer (that is an identical to the one I use). So I have downloaded the OpenSuse 11.2 DVD and I have performed a completely new installation from DVD.After installation has been executed with success, I have decided to install an internet connection using the istructions above. I told to myself: "it will take 5 minutes, all I must to do is to reply action I have done one month ago... the internet usb-stick is the same, so it will be easy to replicate the process..."I was wrong... When I reach the point where I must "modprobe" the ndiswrapper module I receive what follows:
Code: linux-2n4g:/home/mila/Desktop # modprobe ndiswrapper WARNING: All config files need .conf: /etc/modprobe.d/ndiswrapper, it will be ignored in
Tonight I installed ubuntu 10.10 (32 bit) on an external usb harddrive with a dvd I burned and I used my older desktop. I disconnected all internal and external drives first so everything had to be put on the usb drive I selected (only option available). I used the option to load extra software, use the entire hard drive, and let the software do it's thing. I basically had no options where to put things and it didn't have much choice.
When I boot the usb drive on my laptop (win 7 64 bit) by telling the bios to boot to it first... I get an error: modprobe: FATAL Could not load /lib/modules 2.6.35-22 generic modules No such file or directory. This message appears twice and then it does boot into ubuntu and seems to work fine. I'm new to this OS so that is an uneducated guess but the things I have done seem to be working. So exactly what is this error referring too? Is there a way to fix the problem or do I just ignore it.
I have OpenSUSE 11.2 KDE edition. I download TrueCrypt 6.3a from TrueCrypt - Free Open-Source On-The-Fly Disk Encryption Software for Windows 7/Vista/XP, Mac OS X and Linux - Downloads (openSUSE - x64 (64bit) .rpm). The first problem that I encountered was dependencies; first I installed fuse using YaST then I installed the rpm file. but when I try open a volume, TrueCrypt gave me Code: fuse: device not found, try 'modprobe fuse' first. So I issue in Terminal that command but I see this error:
Code: FATAL: Could not load /lib/modules/184.108.40.206-0.1-desktop/modules.dep: No such file or directory I googled and search the forum but didn't found anything. So I thinkg only I have this problem.
I am using a windriver Linux. I have built the I2c-core, i2c-i801 and i2c-dev drivers and they are getting inserted while booting. After boot up, there are sysfs entries in /sys/class/i2c-dev/i2c-0 and /sys/bus/i2c/i2c-0. But there is no entry in /dev. In dmesg, it shows a line:
Quote: i2c /dev entries driver. But it does not creates any entry in /dev.
I'm trying to install an open source driver BADDRV on Suse 11, x64 system.What I have done:installed kernel source. make. insmod ./BADDRV.ko.On Redhat 5, this just works and I can run the user program that calls open(/dev/BADDRV) and its ioctls.On Suse 11 there is no entry in /dev so I add mknod /dev/BADDRV c 0 0.The user open(/dev/BADDRV) fails with errno 6.(I also tried mknod /dev/BADDRV c 244 0, per suggestion of dmesg. No difference.)There is an rpm provided with the driver. Installing the rpm on Suse 11 works and then the user program works. The only problem with the rpm is that it requires kernel source to be installed, which I can't ask of my customer base.
module loads successfully; another is using (CC) and then creating the module by "make -C /lib/modules/$(shell uname -r)/build M=$(PWD) modules", this module gives the error message when it is inserted, .........