Re: modprobe trying to load `nls_?' module while trying to mount Debian CDs
On Sat, Sep 02, 2000 at 02:32:49PM -0400, Adam Di Carlo wrote:
> > As the subject says. This happened to me while upgrading slink->potato, on a
> > machine with slink (hmm, perhaps it's potato, this happened even after the
> > upgrade) versions of mount and modutils, and kernel 2.2.16. This is the
> > fstab entry for the CD:
> > /dev/hdd /cdrom iso9660 noauto,ro,noexec 0 0
> > The CDs are a Debian 2.2 official 3-CD-set, burned a week ago. The CD-ROM
> > drive is an an old Mitsumi 4x speed.
> > Could it be that our CDs have some problem with NLS, that mount can't
> > recognize their charset or something like that? Or is this a local problem?
> > (in which case I'd appreciate suggestions on how to fix it :)
> Do you have the nls_? module in question it is trying to load?
No. That would be one quite awkwardly named module, too. :)
> Have you tried modprobing it?
# modprobe nls_?
modprobe: insmod nls_? failed
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