Re: How to keep modules configs current
On Tue, 2002-02-05 at 19:31, Balazs Javor wrote:
> Sometimes when I compile a new kernel and include a
> different set of modules it can happen that there
> are some error messages at boot time issued mostly
> by modprobe saying something about devices/modules
> or aliases not found. Or sometimes that it cannot load
> a module because it might be compiled into the kernel.
> It seems to me that entries left from previous kernel
> versions stay in the config files somehow.
> I've tried modconf, depmod -a and looked at /etc/modules
> and /etc/modules.conf
> But to be honest I'm still somewhat confused about when I
> need to use/modify which...
> What is the proper way for handling this kind of problems?
> Any help is greatly appreciated!
If you need to modify something about modules, the proper place is
inside "/etc/modutils" and, as the previous reply, every time you modify
the aliases file you need to issue the "update-modules" command...
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