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Re: Compiling kernel 2.4.0


The new modutils works fine. I could install modules to the 2.4.0 kernel.
However when I mount a filesystem via nfs there's a complaint about
that I have older version of mount than the kernel. Shall I upgrade
mount too? 

the mount version is 2.10f-5.1 together with util-linux
I tried to compile the new util-linux 2.10q-1 but there's a missing
header file slcurses.h needed by cfdisk which package contains that?

	Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 11:00:32 -0500
	From: Ben Collins <bcollins@debian.org>
	Cc: debian-sparc@lists.debian.org

	On Wed, Jan 24, 2001 at 05:00:34PM +0100, Gabor Zoltan Csejtey wrote:
	> I downloaded the 2.4.0 kernel and compiled it. I managed to install it
	> however I cannot make a meaningful modules.dep file in the
	> /lib/modules/2.4.0
	> I booted the new kernel and used 
	> depmod -a
	> depmod -v
	> but the modules.dep length remained 0. In the case of 2.2.17 kernel
	> I got around 2.5 KB modules.dep file using the same /etc/modules.conf
	> What tool shall I use to produce the modules.dep ?

	Upgrade to the latest modutils.

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