Re: What is Block-Major-114?
Op zo 12-01-2003, om 17:24 schreef Alan Chandler:
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> Just recently my sid system has started throwing out modprobe fails to load
> block-major-114 messages during startup
> Trouble is block-major-114 is not in the kernel/Documentation/devices.txt
> Any clues where this is coming from? There is nothing in /etc/modutils that
> refers to this device.
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> Alan Chandler
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I checked my devices.txt (kernel 2.4.20) and major block 114 is this:
114 char Picture Elements ISE board
0 = /dev/ise0 First ISE board
1 = /dev/ise1 Second ISE board
128 = /dev/isex0 Control node for first ISE board
129 = /dev/isex1 Control node for second ISE board
The ISE board is an embedded computer, optimized for
image processing. The /dev/iseN nodes are the general
I/O access to the board, the /dev/isex0 nodes command
nodes used to control the board.
Any way, thanks to your question i'm know starting to understand the
aliases in /etc/modutils.