Re: Newbie: where to find appletalk.o?
Quoting Talon <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Quoting Dave <email@example.com>:
> > Netatalk is already installed and working with AppleTalk-via-IP. I'm trying
> > to enable AppleTalk-over-Ethernet (which needs appletalk.o or a custom
> > kernel).
> > Already checked (and just verified) that appletalk.o is not compiled into
> > my 2.2.20 kernel.
> Hey Dave,
> Debian stock kernels come with the appletalk module.
> For kernel 2.2.x kernels, run modconf
> and goto "misc"
> You should find the appletalk module in there somewhere.
> For kernel 2.4.x kernels, run modconf
> and goto
I figured (and all the web doc suggests) that appletalk should just plain be
there (that is, supplied with the install discs as a module), but my searches
before your message, and my inspections of what modconf provides (both at
install time and again after your suggestion) do not show appletalk available
as a module.
Certainly I should be able to find some trace of it by:
find / -name appletalk*
but none shows up (at least not premade. I can find it as a source in kernel
Perhaps I need the vanilla flavor of Woody?
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