Here are some simple methods to help you solve the problem of inserting an unknown symbol into a module error.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5
After upgrading to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5, the link module fails to load due to an unknown exclusive setting.
modprobe: FATAL: Error while inserting connection (/lib/modules/2.6.18-194.17.1.el5/kernel/drivers/net/bonding/bonding.ko): unknown symbol in module or even unknown parameter
In modprobe config file:
install / bin / false
Options disable IPv6 IPv6 = 1
for successful download of course links.
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On Red Hat Linux Enterprise 5.5, there is an ERROR in the “bonding the.ko” module, which means the link kernel module is not loaded correctly.
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If the binding course is loaded, you will see the following message and the binding will not be possible.
# Modprobe relation SERIOUS: error while inserting link (/lib/modules/2.6.18-164.6.1.el5/kernel/drivers/net/bonding/bonding.ko): unknown symbol in unknown element or parameter (see Dmesg) # dmesg | grep link Binding: unknown symbol ndisc_build_skb Collage: Unknown logo in6_dev_finish_destroy Binding: unknown symbol ndisc_send_skb Insert: unknown symbolic representation unregister_inet6addr_notifier Relationship: Unknown symbol register_inet6addr_notifier
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4
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