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Re: uhci

--- John Spray <jcs116@york.ac.uk> wrote:
> Sidney Brooks wrote:
> >I must install the module uhci
> >
> Linux kernel modules are already present on your
> system.  Installing the 
> module refers not to obtaining it, but to loading it
> into the running 
> kernel.  This is generally done with a command such
> as "modprobe uhci", 
> where uhci is the name of the module which you wish
> to load.  To 
> configure your debian system to load a certain
> module on boot, add the 
> desired module's name to the list in /etc/modules. 
> See man modprobe, 
> man modules.

When I use "modprobe uhci", the response is "Can't
locate module uhci".

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