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There is a module named, for example, module.o, compiled with EXPORT_SYMTAB param. But instead of export EXPORT_SYMBOL(symbol) to the kernel (it should be something like this in /proc/ksyms: <adress> symbol ...
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    EXPORT_SYMBOL marco export something strange


    There is a module named, for example, module.o, compiled with EXPORT_SYMTAB param.
    But instead of export EXPORT_SYMBOL(symbol) to the kernel (it should be something like this in /proc/ksyms: <adress> symbol [module.o]) it export something very strange:
    <adress> symbol_R__ver_symbol [module.o]
    And, of course, i can't use this "symbol" (assuming to be global) in other modules going to install to the kernel afterwards.
    What i can do with it? Maybe it's happens because of wrong compilation params?

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    i come across the same problem

    have u found out the reason and solution?

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