Re: why doesn't modprobe log errors?!?
Peter Jay Salzman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>1. whenever i boot, i get warnings that modules rtl8139, ppp and sg can't be
> found by modprobe. for example:
> Calculating module dependencies
> Loading modules: ppp modprobe:
> Can't locate module ppp
>question: granted this is not a life-threatening error, but why doesn't
>modprobe log these errors? surely ANY warning concerning the loading of
>kernel modules would be of general interest?!?
Run modprobe with the -s (or --syslog) option. Note that this won't
print anything on the screen, though, which is probably why the boot
scripts don't use it.
A more general solution is eventually to cause all output from the
initialization scripts to be logged. There's been some discussion about
this on debian-devel.
Colin Watson [email@example.com]