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hi all,
 I have a pogram which is linked by several object files, but the output file is still missing some functions.
this is the list:
00000000         *UND*     00000000 filp_open
00000000         *UND*     00000000 __udelay
00000000         *UND*     00000000 __this_module
00000000         *UND*     00000000 unregister_chrdev
00000000         *UND*     00000000 iounmap
00000000         *UND*     00000000 memcpy
00000000         *UND*     00000000 __vmalloc
00000000         *UND*     00000000 register_chrdev
00000000         *UND*     00000000 system_utsname
00000000         *UND*     00000000 find_vma
00000000         *UND*     00000000 irq_stat
00000000         *UND*     00000000 __ioremap
00000000         *UND*     00000000 add_timer
00000000         *UND*     00000000 mod_timer
00000000         *UND*     00000000 sys_call_table
00000000         *UND*     00000000 strtok
00000000         *UND*     00000000 _ctype
00000000         *UND*     00000000 NewInt31Handler
00000000         *UND*     00000000 sprintf
00000000         *UND*     00000000 vfree
00000000         *UND*     00000000 filp_close
00000000         *UND*     00000000 boot_cpu_data
00000000         *UND*     00000000 init_mm
00000000         *UND*     00000000 del_timer

can anybody tell me what libs they are located? and is there any way for me to find out unresolved symbols easily?
thanx
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% find /lib -name '*.so' | xargs -n 1 nm -A | grep strtok
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/lib/libc-2.1.2.so:0005e120 T strtok
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thanks very much!
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