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SubjectRe: kernel BUG at kernel/kallsyms.c:222!
2013/11/12 Ming Lei <>:
> On Tue, Nov 12, 2013 at 3:32 AM, Russell King - ARM Linux
> <> wrote:
>> On Mon, Nov 11, 2013 at 05:15:29PM +0000, Jonathan Austin wrote:
>>> I've tested the patch below and it solves the ARM side of things - so
>>> gives you an option other than a complete revert. Happy to put this in to
>>> RMK's patch system if you'd prefer not to have to revert and he's happy
>>> with the patch.
>> I think this is the right solution because it then means that this symbol
>> has the same meaning whether on MMU or !MMU - and getting rid of these
>> kinds of gratuitous variances are the only way that !MMU is going to
>> become less fragile.
> The patch only fixes problem on arm, and other !MMU&&!ARM archs
> should be affected too.
> Also there is no CONFIG_PAGE_OFFSET defined for some ARCHs,
> such as 64bit ARCHs.
> Currently, I suggest to filter only on ARM as attachment patch if we plan
> to merge Jonathan's patch, otherwise a more complicated approach has
> to be figured out to do the filter(such as, define a readonly symbol in
> kernel to store PAGE_OFFSET, and let scripts/kallsyms use it for
> filtering).

Hi Ming,
You missed "; then" in the end of if statement in your patch.

So I got below error with your patch:
scripts/ line 87: syntax error near unexpected token `fi'
make: *** [vmlinuxclean] Error 2


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