This particular error probably means that your project hasn't been
setup correctly. I suspect you may be better of creating an entirely
new IOKit kext project, perhaps a native project, then copy the user
client and PhantomAudioDriver code over to the new project.
On Jan 28, , at 14:09, Tommy Schell wrote:
I don't suppose anyone could give any tips on adding a user client to
I'm trying to hook in the SimpleUserClient to PhantomAudioDriver, I
thought I made all necessary changes.
It compiles ok but when I do kextload I get an unidentified load/link
kextload: kmod_control/start failed for
com.MyCompany.driver.PhantomAudioDriver; destroying kmod
kextload: a link/load error occured for kernel extension
I've tried various things in the info.plist and header includes in the
various files, but without success.
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