|Subject:||[bug#33329] [PATCH] gnu: Deprecate linux-module shpchp and tell user to remove it.|
|Date:||Fri, 9 Nov 2018 23:47:34 +0100|
Ricardo, you mentioned that this needs to be fixed.
I made a patch to fix this. I did not test the patch as I have no idea how to do that.
I have not run the indent script on it.
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I see you use the “shpchp” kernel module. This no longer exists in the
latest version of the kernel Linux. That’s what this really bad error
message tries to tell you:
Backtrace: 8 (primitive-load "/gnu/store/vz7ci9rh483f2zps2cl174rd91b?") In ice-9/eval.scm: 619:8 7 (_ #f) 626:19 6 (_ #<directory (guile-user) 7cf140>) 159:9 5 (_ _) In gnu/build/linux-modules.scm: 184:47 4 (recursive-module-dependencies _ #:lookup-module _) 98:14 3 (module-dependencies _) 85:18 2 (modinfo-section-contents _) In ice-9/ports.scm: 439:11 1 (call-with-input-file #f #<procedure get-bytevector-al?> ?) In unknown file: 0 (open-file #f "r" #:encoding #f #:guess-encoding #f) ERROR: In procedure open-file: Wrong type (expecting string): #f builder for `/gnu/store/0ahsvp7wx52zzh1rywbdbq78llcwb7id-linux-modules.drv' failed with exit code 1
(I only know this because I had the same problem.) Obviously, this
error message should be changed.
As a workaround you could switch to the LTS kernel where that module
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