crypto.ko module problem

Xin LI delphij at
Tue Nov 22 21:23:31 UTC 2011

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On 11/22/11 13:13, aram baghomian wrote:
> I add myhash.c address in '/sys/conf/files' and my make process
> done completely whitout any error. I don't know is there any place
> that i should add my hash program address.(i searched all the
> "/sys/conf" files for same algorithms such as rmd160 and SHA256)

If you are compiling a kernel module, it would be
/sys/modules/*/Makefile (for your exact case would be
/sys/modules/crypto/Makefile I think).

>> Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2011 12:58:02 -0800 From: delphij at 
>> To: aram_baghomian at CC: d at Subject: Re:
>> crypto.ko module problem
> On 11/22/11 12:49, aram baghomian wrote:
>> I can understand what do you want to refer.
> Well be more specific -- check if you have everything included in
> your Makefile, my guess is there is some .c missing.
>>> Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2011 12:36:44 -0800 From:
>>> delphij at To: aram_baghomian at CC:
>>> freebsd-hackers at Subject: Re: crypto.ko module
>>> problem
>> On 11/22/11 12:30, aram baghomian wrote:
>>> Hi
>>> If you can remember i wanted to add my custom hash algorithm
>>> to the opencrypto project, after i added it and compile my
>>> kernel source( by your advise),i load the crypto.ko module
>>> using kldload and give this error.
>>> link_elf: symbol MYHASHUpdate undefined
>>> MYHASHUpdate is one of my hash functions that i add to the 
>>> source.
>>> what should i do that i forget?
>> Looks like it's expecting something that is not linked into your 
>> module?
>> Cheers,

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