Re: modprobe can't locate /dev/lp1 ..
do you have those files under the /dev directory? Try l -a lp* and see
if lp1 and lp2 exist... if not there is a MAKEDEV (yes it's caps)
utility you can use to create them.
--- Lance Hoffmeyer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> During boot I keep getting the messages
> modprobe can't locate /dev/lp1
> modprobe can't locate /dev/lp2
> modprobe can't locate /dev/ide-tape
> modprobe can't locate /dev/hda4
> What do I need to change so that these warning disappear?
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