I'm running into issues building a new kernel module in support of the I219-V.
Initially built with driver v3.3.3 against kernel 3.0.13-0.27-default. The module (e1000e.ko) loaded without issue, but the environment lacked USB support for the target devices (no mouse/keyboard).
I rebuilt with driver v3.3.3 against kernel 3.0.76-0.11-default. Mouse/keyboard work now, but the e1000e module does not load. It's being loaded by insmod, which reports:
insmod: error inserting '/modules/e1000e_3.3.3.ko' : -1 Unknown symbol in module
I also tried with driver v126.96.36.199 against the same kernel (3.0.76-0.11-default) -- same behaviour.
Is there a trick to building the e1000e module against the (slightly) newer 3.0 kernel?
It's a Dell system -- Windows drivers only. The drivers are for the imaging environment, which is Linux-based. My workflow has worked flawlessly for updating the e1000e driver in that environment and as recently as driver v188.8.131.52 in support of the I217-LM and I218-LM (also in a Dell systems). I do appreciate the input -- much appreciated. I will continue investigating to see if I can get this driver to load.