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Subject : [opensuse] mkiss kernel module missing
Message-ID : <e8efc645-9c87-ced6-4b84-73d3b3db6806(a)marcchamberlin.com>
Date & Time: Mon, 27 Apr 2020 23:33:42 -0700
[MC] == Marc Chamberlin <marc(a)marcchamberlin.com> has written:
MC> Hi - I don't normally wander anywhere near the kernel software so
MC> please forgive my ignorance. I am running OpenSuSE Leap 15.1
MC> (recently upgraded) on a system that I use in connection with my
MC> ham radio hobby. I am trying to get the ax.25 communication layer
MC> going over an RS232 link and the software I use is complaining
MC> that the mkiss kernel module is missing. In the past I think this
MC> was simply included in the default kernel module so I don't
MC> understand why it doesn't seem to be playing nice anymore. Has
MC> it been moved to a separate package and if so how do I find it
MC> and get it installed? YaST and other tools don't seem to have a
MC> clue... Google ain't helping either!
Which kernel have you installed?
Maybe, mkiss's driver is compressed.
If so, please try this;
$ sudo xz -d /lib/modules/[kernel version/kernel/drivers/net/hamradio/mkiss.ko.xz
You will get the kernel driver, mkiss.ko.
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