On Tuesday 11 October 2005 00:30, marc wrote: > "You will also need to have sysfs mounted. You can do this by adding an > entry to /etc/fstab similar to this: > > none /sys sysfs defaults 0 0" I guess, adding this line to /etc/fstab will solve your problems. You will either have to reboot or as root execute "mount /sys" after you've added the line. Give it a try! Cheers, Michael.