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Description of problem:
Obviously the module is missing. If I insert my Fritz! pcmcia ISDN card
the message "can't locate module avma1_cs.o" appears in /var/log/messages.
I use RedHat 7.1 and kernel 2.4.2-2.
Also kernel complains about HiSax: Approval certification failed because
of unauthorized source code changes.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Just take the appropriate pcmcia card.
I'm going to attach 2 files to this bug, a source file and a Makefile.
put them in the same directory somewhere, make sure you have the kernel-source
RPM installed ("rpm -qa | grep kernel-source" will tell you),
and type "make"
that will generate the missing file
Created attachment 32182 [details]
Created attachment 32183 [details]
Makefile for building the .o file
Thanks, I created the avma1_cs.o module and it was loaded. But unfortunately
two error messages in /var/log/messages still exist when I insert the PCMCIA
kernel: HiSax: Approval certification failed because of unauthorized source
But the driver seems to be loaded.
cardmgr: get dev info on socket 0 failed: Resource temporarily
1) is harmless; the hisax code has a md5sum of the code (and all it's headers)
of the time it was approved by a telco for use; however if ANY header file
changes (eg for example for adding a new card or fixing a typo in a comment),
this md5sum doesn't match.
2) if the card works, it's no problem; if it doesn't it is.
(sounds lame, but the kernel will retry other things when this condition hits,
if those work, no problem).