Edited by Sebastian at Wed Aug 26, 2015 06:31 |
Ah ok, my bad. I downloaded the newer kernel version first.
The question was if you've been able to build the appropriate module, move it somewhere below /lib/modules and have do a modprobe afterwards.
Stupidity on my side... I really don't get what you mean, sorry. I followed your steps, Everything worked like a charm but there's still no rtc module loaded.. I can't even "modprobe" any ds3231, ds1307, rtc-something.. !?I know that modprobe searches the module directory (which in my case would be e.g. /lib/modules/3.4.108-bananian). how do I get the newly compiled rtc module into that directory??´
And if I go with:
the module cannot be found. Copy the Code
- ln -s /root/linux-bananapi/drivers/rtc/rtc-ds1307.ko /lib/modules/`uname -r`
- depmod -a
- modprobe rtc-ds1307.ko