Re: can't locate module tap0 (tap1,tap2,...,tap15)
One of two places: modprobe ethertap or /dev/MAKEDEV. tapX devices are
for the ethertap module. ethertap isn't really required, but is a good
thing to play with. If you know you already have the module loaded/have
enabled it in a custom kernel, then your problem is the devices aren't in
/dev. The solution is to make 'em: look in the manpage for MAKEDEV and
supply it with the proper target and go with it.
On Mon, 13 Nov 2000, Krzys Majewski wrote:
> How do I fix this? More generally, where do I look if I'm
> having problems of this form? -chris
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