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INSTALL /lib/firmware/tigon/tg3_tso5.bin INSTALL /lib/firmware/3com/typhoon.bin DEPMOD 3.2.6 sh /home/user/ts/trafficsqueezer_panda-cub_9.01.6/kernel/linux-3.2.6/arch/x86/boot/install.sh 3.2.6 arch/x86/boot/bzImage \ System.map "/boot" ERROR: modinfo: could not find module ipv6 ERROR: modinfo: could not find module 8139too ERROR: modinfo: could ...
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    Compile kernel error, how can i do?


    INSTALL /lib/firmware/tigon/tg3_tso5.bin
    INSTALL /lib/firmware/3com/typhoon.bin
    DEPMOD 3.2.6
    sh /home/user/ts/trafficsqueezer_panda-cub_9.01.6/kernel/linux-3.2.6/arch/x86/boot/install.sh 3.2.6 arch/x86/boot/bzImage \
    System.map "/boot"
    ERROR: modinfo: could not find module ipv6
    ERROR: modinfo: could not find module 8139too
    ERROR: modinfo: could not find module 8139cp
    ERROR: modinfo: could not find module mii
    ERROR: modinfo: could not find module i2c_core
    ERROR: modinfo: could not find module e1000e
    ERROR: modinfo: could not find module ext3
    ERROR: modinfo: could not find module jbd
    ERROR: modinfo: could not find module mbcache


    Thank you !

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    Hello and Welcome!

    I'm not an expert on kernel compilation, but it looks like you need to insert those modules in the kernel when you run make menuconfig.

    Post any errors that you are getting in their entirety and others may chime in with more information.
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    Thank u very much, please say in detail.

    Thank u very much, please say in detail.

    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    Hello and Welcome!

    I'm not an expert on kernel compilation, but it looks like you need to insert those modules in the kernel when you run make menuconfig.

    Post any errors that you are getting in their entirety and others may chime in with more information.

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    You have compiled Kernel Modules as part of Kernel....Edit your configuration using make menuconfig .....goto respective packages and make sure it is modified to be compiled as kernel Module rather part of kernel....just make sure the left hand side of the modules indicate [M] not[*]....And then build the kernel ....it should solve the problem

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    Raghumag.. May i asked u.. what is [M] and what is[*] ? as i though[*] mean yes. Isnt it?

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