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Old 10-01-2016, 08:43 AM   #64
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First thing to do (or to check prior to doing more) -

See if /lib/modules/<kernel version>/modules.* has been updated to include the kernel module(s) used with this add-in.
(The moddep command should have dealt with this during the module build.)

A non-Kindle example of what first needs to correctly match the modules currently used by the kernel:
(This stuff is the basis of the kernel's hardware support automation.)
Code:
3.0.0-29-generic $ ls
build          modules.alias.bin    modules.dep          modules.inputmap   modules.pcimap    modules.symbols.bin
initrd         modules.builtin      modules.dep.bin      modules.isapnpmap  modules.seriomap  modules.usbmap
kernel         modules.builtin.bin  modules.devname      modules.ofmap      modules.softdep   updates
modules.alias  modules.ccwmap       modules.ieee1394map  modules.order      modules.symbols

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