Oh dear. /proc/kallsyms doesnt exist. Thats a fundamental
issue straightaway. That means we have no introspection into the
Perfectly understandable, as /proc/kallsyms uses a sizable chunk
Need to find a workable workaround. Maybe later kernels (wheezy?)
will enable it, or may have to go and create a custom kernel.
Ok, heres the link for building your own kernels - which
packages you need, and Ubuntu cross-compilation: