Small (?) question
foobar at u.washington.edu
Thu Sep 9 17:00:31 PDT 1999
The only configuration file that could be breaking things would be
/etc/conf.modules which maintains a list of your modules and their
After rebuilding your kernel did you do a 'make modules ; make
modules_install'? You would probably want to do that.
As root you could try running 'depmod' from the commandline, which is what
happens at boot to check your module dependencies.
Michael Hornung foobar at u.washington.edu
On Thu, 9 Sep 1999, Andrew D Hwang wrote:
|I'm having a problem reconfiguring a Linux kernel; if you don't take
|queries, please just send me a short note to this effect. (My addresses
|adh_math at juno.com and hwang at math.toronto.edu.)
|I'm running Mandrake 2.2.9-19. After I recompiled the kernel (using
|being careful to build in TCP/IP and network support), it refused to run
|(the KDE version of PPP), saying it isn't built into the kernel (even as
|There are two suspiciously similar symptoms: 1. When it's booting up, it
|when checking module dependencies. It continues on Control-C, but after
|messages about starting network daemons it says,
|nfssvc: function not implemented. (And then fails to start the NFS
|I suspect there's a corrupted configuration file, but haven't been able
|to find it.
|Any help would be greatly appreciated; I've been RTFM for three days...
|Thanks very much in advance!
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