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Re: modules 2.0.0-14

> On 1 Dec 1996, Nils Naumann wrote:
> > Hallo,
> > 
> > modules 2.0.0-14 has destroyed my System.  Every attempt to install a
> > module has created a kernel Oops. I had to build a new kernel with all
> > needed drivers linked in.  Downgrading to modules 2.0.0-13 solved this
> > Problem.
> Same here,
> -- martin

You should report this as bugs, (as well as possibly sending it
to debian-user). A bug-report gets sent to the maintainer of the
package immediately, so that s/he can take action. If you send
it to debian-user, s/he might read it the next day, but I often
read debian-user only once a week.

So, have you sent your bug-report already?

joost witteveen
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