module dependencies problem upon bootup. Somebody help???????

module dependencies problem upon bootup. Somebody help???????

Post by Marlon Deer » Thu, 11 Dec 1997 04:00:00



Everytime upon booting Linux, I get the following error type messages in
regards to my module dependencied. I know for a fact that after I had
compiles linux, and issued the following command: make modules; make
modules_install

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Dec 10 14:53:04 modprobe: Can't locate module char-major-10
Updating module dependencies for Linux 2.0.31:
Can't locate module lp
Can't locate module slip
Can't locate module ppp
INIT: Entering runlevel: 3
Going multiuser...
Dec 10 19:53:06 modprobe: Can't locate module net-pf-4
Dec 10 19:53:06 modprobe: Can't locate module net-pf-5
Mounting remote file systems...
Starting daemons: syslogd klogd portmap inetd lpd mountd nfsd
Starting sendmail daemon (/usr/sbin/sendmail -bd -q 15m)...
Running gpm...
-------------------------------------------------------------------

Why am I still getting this error, and does anyone know how to resolve
it? Any help on the matter would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

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module dependencies problem upon bootup. Somebody help???????

Post by Hyman Ros » Sat, 13 Dec 1997 04:00:00




Quote:>Everytime upon booting Linux, I get the following error type messages in
>regards to my module dependencied. I know for a fact that after I had
>compiles linux, and issued the following command: make modules; make
>modules_install

Edit /etc/modules and take out the ones you're no longer using.
I don't know who is responsible for maintaining it, but I know
that doing the kernel make and install doesn't.

 
 
 

module dependencies problem upon bootup. Somebody help???????

Post by N. Emile Akabi-Davi » Sat, 13 Dec 1997 04:00:00



> Everytime upon booting Linux, I get the following error type messages in
> regards to my module dependencied. I know for a fact that after I had
> compiles linux, and issued the following command: make modules; make
> modules_install

But U neva said anything about what you did to your kernel.
R U booting the NEW or OLD kernel? I am guessing U R booting
the OLD kernel. This would have problems with your new
modules.

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module dependencies problem upon bootup. Somebody help???????

Post by Bria » Sun, 14 Dec 1997 04:00:00


Hi Marlon:

You will have to edit your /etc/rc.d/modules.rc file to reflect the
change in your modules vs kernel installed systems. Refer to your
/lib/modules/2.0.31/ directory for a listing of your new modules.

Make sure your *.rc files match your module list (modules and
network), especially if you have run 'make modules' 'make
modules_install' a couple times. It may be worth your trouble to
delete your /lib/modules/2.0.31 directory and run 'make
modules_install' again.

By the way, Can't locate module char-major-10 135 is Real Time Clock -
just enable that as a module next time you 'make menuconfig' etc.

Regards,

Brian.


>Everytime upon booting Linux, I get the following error type messages
in
>regards to my module dependencied. I know for a fact that after I had
>compiles linux, and issued the following command: make modules; make
>modules_install
>-------------------------------------------------------------------
>Dec 10 14:53:04 modprobe: Can't locate module char-major-10
>Updating module dependencies for Linux 2.0.31:
>Can't locate module lp
>Can't locate module slip
>Can't locate module ppp
>INIT: Entering runlevel: 3
>Going multiuser...
>Dec 10 19:53:06 modprobe: Can't locate module net-pf-4
>Dec 10 19:53:06 modprobe: Can't locate module net-pf-5
>Mounting remote file systems...
>Starting daemons: syslogd klogd portmap inetd lpd mountd nfsd
>Starting sendmail daemon (/usr/sbin/sendmail -bd -q 15m)...
>Running gpm...
>-------------------------------------------------------------------

>Why am I still getting this error, and does anyone know how to
resolve
>it? Any help on the matter would be greatly appreciated.

>Thanks!

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>+-----------------oOOo-(_)-oOOo----------------------+
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>+--------------------------Oooo----------------------+
>                    oooO   (   )
>                   (   )    ) /
>                    \ (    (_/
>                     \_)

 
 
 

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