Package Details: openafs-modules 1.8.4-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/openafs-modules.git (read-only)
Package Base: openafs-modules
Description: Kernel module for OpenAFS
Upstream URL: http://www.openafs.org
Licenses: custom:"IBM Public License Version 1.0"
Conflicts: openafs<1.6.6-2, openafs-features-libafs
Submitter: Bevan
Maintainer: Bevan
Last Packager: Bevan
Votes: 11
Popularity: 0.939775
First Submitted: 2014-03-23 13:24
Last Updated: 2019-10-18 18:24

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Bevan commented on 2014-10-28 22:54

@kaptoxic: Normally this occurs when the version of installed kernel headers differ from the version of the running kernel. Maybe you haven't rebooted yet after the latest kernel update?

Otherwise please post the output of
- uname -r
- cat /lib/modules/extramodules-*/version
- pacman -Q linux-headers

kaptoxic commented on 2014-10-28 22:46

I get an error:
checking your AFS sysname... configure: error: Couldn't guess your Linux version. Please use the --with-afs-sysname option to configure an AFS sysname.

Bevan commented on 2014-07-03 18:09

That looks strange indeed. Did this work with earlier versions of that kernel or is this the first attempt to compile openafs against that kernel? Could you try compiling any other module?

Unfortunately I cannot do much but guessing. I probably won't run a third party kernel for testing this myself.

snack commented on 2014-07-03 13:50

I can't compile with kernel 3.15-ck:

checking your OS... configure: WARNING: No usable linux headers found at /lib/modules/3.15.3-1-ck/build so disabling kernel module
linux
checking your AFS sysname... configure: error: Couldn't guess your Linux version. Please use the --with-afs-sysname option to configure an AFS sysname.

Headers are however present:

$ pacman -Qqs linux-ck-core2-headers
linux-ck-core2-headers
$ pacman -Qo /lib/modules/3.15.3-1-ck/build/include
/lib/modules/3.15.3-1-ck/build/include is owned by linux-ck-core2-headers 3.15.3-1

Bevan commented on 2014-05-22 09:11

@darkxsun: Sorry for late response. I think the current version is correct. ls -dt gives you all variants with newer versions on top. head -n1 then gives you the first of it.

darkxsun commented on 2014-05-05 16:26

I think

_extramodules=$(ls -dt /usr/lib/modules/extramodules-* | head -n1)

should probably be

_extramodules=$(ls -dt /usr/lib/modules/extramodules-* | sort -r | head -n1)

to get the newest kernel installed rather than earliest.