Kernel module problem

I compile a kernel module on my computer and when I do insmod . I get a message saying that it iwas compiled for a 2.0.x version,while teh current kernel version is 2.2.x.

I guess I have to change the include files for this. What do I change and where can I get them ? Do I need a new version of glibc? I am using gcc version
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Have you looked at the source for the module to see where it's getting the kernel version? I've run across stuff that had the kernel version hard-coded before.
What version of the kernel was insmod compiled for - get the latest 2.2 module utilities set, it'll probably fix things - it didi for me.

girishwAuthor Commented:
Where can i get the module utilities set and what
are the files I need to get?
They are in the modutils tarball and you can get the from or any of the mirrors.

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