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Re: Kernel Recompile

>I am not sure if I am getting you right. The lib/modules gets properly
>compiled... but /etc/modules which are written when I install the base kernel
>doesn't get cleared up. So it tries to load psaux driver after I compiled
>support into the kernel. I did do make-kpkg and it also doesn't clear

  If you install a new version of the kernel with the psaux driver compiled in
then you'll get a harmless error message from modprobe.

  Make-kpkg doesn't clear anything, it makes a .deb file.  When you install
the .deb file it will replace the old one and cause removal of the old
modules, which may result in a harmless error message from modprobe.

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