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Sat, 8 Sep 2007
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uppc-kmod palm  Deleted Broken Deprecated Expired Ignore files touched by this commit USB device driver for Windows CE handhelds
uppc kmod installation problem on amd64

        Please see a discussion thread starting with the following message:

        It seems that installation action of uppc-kmod port (do-install target)
        uses incorrect tool to put uppc.ko in its destination. It seems that the
        tool (${INSTALL_PROGRAM}) corrupts the .ko, so that it is not a valid
        kernel module anymore. If I put uppc.ko into /boot/kernel and do kldxref
        then kldxref complains about missing symbol table in uppc.ko and dumps
        core. If the module is loaded then it crashes my system.

        On the other hand, if I simply copy uppc.ko from work directory then it
        works ok.

        Essentially this is the same issue as described in the following PR only
        with another port:

        Kostik Belousov confirms the issue with stripping kernel modules on
        You cannot strip kernel modules on amd64, because modules are elf object
        files, as opposed to shared objects on all other archs. Strip strips the
        object file symbol table, that is used by the static linker and
        linker on amd64. On the other hand, shared object contains also a
        symbol table, that is not stripped and used by in-kernel linker on

PR:             ports/115517
Submitted by:   Andriy Gapon <>

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