Re: enabling apm on laptop
-- Simon Tod <email@example.com> wrote
(on Wednesday, 11 December 2002, 05:15 PM +0000):
> Okay, so 'uname -r' yields 2.4.19 and modprobe does
> exist (wasn't running it as root...) but 'modprobe
> apm' yields the response modprobe: Can't locate module
> apm. Now I have apm installed and it's in the file
> /etc/modules BUT I cannot find a compiled file apm.o
> in /lib/modules/2.4.19 or any of its subdirectories...
> SO WHAT NOW?
Do you know what kind of processor you're using -- AMD K7 or K6/-II/-III?
Install one of the following kernels:
AMD K6: kernel-image-2.4.19-k6
AMD K7: kernel-image-2.4.19-k7
i386 (generic for 386 or 486 machines): kernel-image-2.4.19-386
Pentium (classic): kernel-image-2.4.19-586tsc
Pentium (pro/mmx/II/III/IV) or Celeron: kernel-image-2.4.19-686
'uname -r' should then give, respectivey:
>From what you've noted, it doesn't sound like any of these are
installed; all of these *should* have apm enabled, which will allow you
to use apmd and/or just 'modprobe apm' (as root).
Matthew Weier O'Phinney