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modprobe displaying error message "couldn't find  kernel version in module". In .config: CONFIG_MODVERSION=y.
Linux kernel v.2.1.37.
genksyms and modprobe from modutils-2.1.34.
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snakeman earned 10 total points
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When you updated your kernel, I assume you didnt recompile your modules. At *EVERY* change of kernel versions you must also recompile the modules.

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