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yeah, i think you need to create an initrd image for your kernel version. try this: Code: sudo mkinitramfs -o /boot/initrd.img-2.6.32.59+drm33.24 2.6.32.59+drm33.24 the depmod command generates a files that handles ...
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    yeah, i think you need to create an initrd image for your kernel version. try this:
    Code:
    sudo mkinitramfs -o /boot/initrd.img-2.6.32.59+drm33.24 2.6.32.59+drm33.24
    the depmod command generates a files that handles kernel driver/module dependencies. for example, see this file /lib/modules/<kernel_version>/modules.dep

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    Just to inform for now.. that i think i had already solve the kernel panic problem. I think the problem is that the depmod common. Thank you to Atreyu for giving me a right command so i can execute with a right output.

    After this, i should write the right execute command to create the initrd image

    Thank you again for those who already reply and give me suggestion. Thank you

    The right way to create an initrd image :

    sudo mkinitramfs -o /boot/initrd.img-2.6.32.59+drm33.24 2.6.32.59+drm33.24
    the 2.6.32.59+drm33.24 is the file name you get after you do the step of
    sudo make install
    the final output at your terminal should be like this (example)
    INSTALL ubuntu/rfkill/pbe5.ko
    INSTALL ubuntu/rtl8192se/r8192se_pci.ko
    DEPMOD 2.6.32.59+drm33.24
    so you need to use the DEPMOD number to create your initrd image. Good luck to others

    I hope i already success build my configration kernel Thank you to atreyu again and again.

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