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At first sory for my english but i#m from germany and i have englisch stil for four years. Here is my problem: When I try to load my acx100 driver ...
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    acx100 load problem


    At first sory for my english but i#m from germany and i have englisch stil for four years.
    Here is my problem:
    When I try to load my acx100 driver there is the following error:
    Code:
     modprobe acx_pci
     
     /lib/modules/2.4.23/net/acx_pci.o: unresolved symbol iw_handler_set_thrspy
     /lib/modules/2.4.23/net/acx_pci.o: unresolved symbol iw_handler_get_thrspy
     /lib/modules/2.4.23/net/acx_pci.o: unresolved symbol wireless_send_event
     /lib/modules/2.4.23/net/acx_pci.o: unresolved symbol iw_handler_get_spy
     /lib/modules/2.4.23/net/acx_pci.o: unresolved symbol iw_handler_set_spy
     /lib/modules/2.4.23/net/acx_pci.o: insmod 
     /lib/modules/2.4.23/net/acx_pci.o failed
     /lib/modules/2.4.23/net/acx_pci.o: insmod acx_pci failed
    ./Configure:
    Code:
    All of the following items are required by the driver:
          Loadable modules support is enabled.
          Wireless LAN (non-hamradio) support is enabled.
          Wireless extensions support is enabled.
     The following is needed for PCMCIA/CardBus cards:
          PCMCIA support is enabled.
          CardBus support is enabled.
     The following is needed for USB card support:
          USB support is enabled.
     The following is needed for PCI card support:
          PCI support is enabled.
     Kernel configuration satisfies the minimum requirements, continuing.
     Wireless header file is WIRELESS_EXT version 16.
    I use trustix with kernel 2.5.27

    thank you for anwering my question

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    The problem is no more if have compiled the kernel multi processor function

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