Knowing kernel module load address (insmod hasn't -m)

Ben Warren bwarren at
Fri Jul 14 07:42:49 EST 2006

/proc/modules support is in 2.4, but the other stuff is 2.6 only (I
believe somewhere around 2.6.11 or so?)  You should be able to 'insmod
-m' in 2.4.  You may need to reconfigure busybox or use a non-busybox
'insmod', though.

On Thu, 2006-07-13 at 23:27 +0200, Antonio Di Bacco wrote:

> > cat /proc/modules
> >
> > If you want more detailed information about a module (locations
> > of .text, .data, .bss etc), enable CONFIG_KALLSYMS in your kernel and
> Does this option exist in kernel 2.4 too? I didn't find it!
> Thank you,
> Antonio.
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