Re: Please test CoLo 1.15-1
Ahh... thats the right way... didnt think about that because I did
think I had an acutal system
by using apt-get update/upgrade.
OK, after installing the new Kernel (default.colo is set to
/boot/vmlinux, so the symbolic link seems to be updated
automatically) and rebooting the .27 Kernel has loaded fine and
modprobe gets a positive response :-))
For testing I installed saytime and saydate (seems to be a very small
test) and it works also fine.
Now I have to check if the module is loaded automatically at startup...
Much THANKS and a "Guten Rutsch" for 2005
Am 31.12.2004 um 14:49 schrieb Martin Michlmayr:
You're running an old kernel which didn't include sound modules. You
have to upgrade to kernel-image-2.4.27-r5k-cobalt (you might have to
update /boot/default.colo so it will boot the new kernel).