was was wrote:
It's because /etc/modutils/arch only has i386, no x86_64 in it. As far
as I can tell the error is harmless since 2.6 (which I assume you're
using) uses /etc/modprobe.d anyway. If you really care though you can
copy (or symlink) i386 over to x86_64.
Hi, I have a problem with the modutils, when I use
modconf or update-modules the shell show:
Architecture-specific modutils configuration not
found, using defaults.
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