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Bug#264787: marked as done (debian-installer: Problem to load of the external modules.)

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Subject: debian-installer: Problem to load of the external modules.
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Package: debian-installer
Severity: normal


I must install a server with a 3Ware SATA RAID Controller 9500s-4lp,
the driver source code for this controller is provided by 3Ware on their
Web site.

I compiled the module on another PC (kernel 2.6.7), and I want to
load it at the beginning of the installation.

I copied the module "3w-9xxx.ko" from a diskette.

At the time of the installation, I execute a Shell, and to mount the diskette.

I tried to insert the module :
# insmod 3w-9xxx.ko
insmod: error inserting '3w-9xxx.ko': -1 Invalid module format

Can you compile the kernel 2.6 with the support of:
To know the features include in the kernel
To load of the modules compiled on another PC

And, at the time of the procedure of installation to allow to
load a module from a diskette (as with the installer of the woody).

Best regards.

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Im closing this bug report because it does not seem to explain what the
bug is. If there's really some bug in modprobe not loading your kernel
module, and not just your mistake of using a module that will not work
with the current kernel, then you should file a bug on busybox-cvs or on
the kernel, not on debian-installer.

see shy jo

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