Re: Linux 2.4.0 on Debian 2.2 R2
When I used dpkg to install the new modutils package,
it gave me the option of installing a new /etc/modules
file. If you choose yes, it gives you a basic
/etc/modules files just with comments. You'll
need to put in a line for each module you want loaded.
For example, my /etc/modules looks like this:
# /etc/modules: kernel modules to load at boot time
--- pplaw <email@example.com> wrote:
> Michael Madden wrote:
> > I'd written yesterday describing problems with
> > 2.4.0, Debian 2.2 R2, and NE2000/3C509 NICS.
> > for all the help!
> > The working solution was to download and install
> > new modutils package from:
> > Thanks,
> > Michael
> modutils 2.4.1-0potato1 i386.deb broke my eth0 id
> during boot and, thus, broke
> the connection to my dsl pipe. i re-installed
> modutils 2.3.11-13.1, but still
> no eth0.
> 1. am i looking at a re-install of potato? (i just
> can't go back to using my
> 56k modem on a regular basis.)
> 2. if modutils 2.4.1*.deb will work with kernel
> 2.4.0, what other steps would
> be necessary to bring back my eth0?
> ia, t.
> bentley taylor.
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