Building the module¶
The module is built by default during the CMake build of the pcie_linux_kernel_module product
cd <some_work_area> git clone http://cdcvs.fnal.gov/projects/pcie_linux_kernel_module mkdir products cd products wget http://scisoft.fnal.gov/scisoft/bundles/tools/pullProducts chmod +x pullProducts ./pullProducts . slf6 artdaq-v2_03_00 s47-e10 prof # These parameters may change in the future; ask for help if it doesn't work as written source ./setup setup TRACE v3_08_01 cd $TRACE_DIR make OUT=$PWD modules insmod module/`uname -r`/TRACE.ko #TRACE module must be built and inserted for mu2e module to build correctly, at least on SL7 rm *.bz2;cd .. mkdir build_pcie cd build_pcie source ../pcie_linux_kernel_module/ups/setup_for_development -p buildtool -iI ../products
You should see the kernel module being built.
To install the modules:
Note for different kernel versions¶
The TRACE product has a kernel module which is a dependency of the mu2e.ko module. If your version of TRACE does not include the proper kernel module, follow these steps (from your working directory):
source products/setup setup TRACE v3_05_00a -qe7 # Version number will change, use `ups list -aK+ TRACE` to find the correct parameters cd $TRACE_DIR make OUT=$PWD modules