Re: Kernel Modules...
> When I recompiled my kernel, I built alot of stuff into it (like PPP
> etc), that used to be in modules before. Now when I startup, I get lots
> of messages about not being able to find the old modules. Is there any
> easy way to clean up / update the set of modules to be loaded at
> boot-time so it doesn't do this?
I had this happen when moduless that no longer existed were mentioned in
/etc/modules. I think removing the references there should do the
On a related issue, I noticed that if I install a new revision of a
kernel via a kernel-package produce with kernel-package 3.03, I
sometimes get problems with incompatible modules. This is usually
avoided if I remove /lib/modules/<kernel-version> before installing the
kernel-package with dpkg.
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