Re: Questions after recompiling kernel
Quoting Stuart Ballard (email@example.com):
> David Wright wrote:
> > Quoting Stuart Ballard (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> > > I just compiled kernel 2.2.10 on my potato machine. This is the first
> > > time I've ever compiled a kernel, so these questions are probably
> > > elementary, but I can't find the right docs anywhere...
> > >
> [Snipped question about providing startup parameters to "ne" module when
> it's NOT a module]
> > I think you need "append" in your boot parameters (depending on
> > which way you boot). I prefer my NIC as a module as very occasionally
> > it gets its interrupts in a twist and can then be reloaded.
> I recompiled and made it a module this time. No problems now. Thanks :)
> [Snipped question about startup errors]
> > It's /etc/modules which needs emptying.
> This worked too - thanks much :)
> Just one more question... I still get the notorious "SIOCADDRT: Invalid
> argument" error on bootup. I've read all over the place that the
> solution to this is to comment out the "route add -net" line in
> /etc/init.d/network. However, I already did this, and I still get the
> message. Any ideas, anyone?
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