Re: can't locate module tap0 (tap1,tap2,...,tap15)
Krzys Majewski (email@example.com) said:
> > Look in /lib/modules/x.y.z/ where x.y.z is your linux kernel version.
> > If the modules are not there, you will have to compile them from the kernel
> > sources.
> > (first, check if they are not included as part of the kernel).
> > Silver
> Hrm no, I think the tap modules are aliases for something,
> and I'm wondering where to find the list of aliases.
I use the tap0 stuff to do networking with user mode linux... I don't know
what's requesting that interface on your computer however.
On my 2.4.0-test10 box it's the ethertap module which enables tap*, though
IIRC it was listed as an obsolete feature in favor of something else?
Maybe not a solution to your problem, but at least a coupla more data
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