: The kernel source is 2.0.29
: The System.map file is in /usr/src/linux/System.map
: The kernel starts (2nd or 3rd msg) with 'cannot find map file'
This is a klogd message actually.
It means the version of the kernel does not match the version of the
DEFAULT map file (/System.map or /boot/System.map). If copying the map
file to the right place doesn't help, then you have an _obsolete_ version
of klogd - upgrade your sysklogd package in that case.
Hint: "make install" runs a system dependant script after compiling
the kernel. It is very useful for automatically moving the kernel
and map file to anyplace you want (usually / or /boot). I _think_
the default script does the same as "make zlilo", which is a good
starting point for hacking your own script.
: Lots of problems seem to stem from this: invalid socket arguments, and the
: starting with
: portmap:cannot create udp socket: invalid argument
Has nothing to do with it.
Looks like you upgraded your kernel, but didn't read the docs and
upgrade all your packages...like your net utilities. Just a guess.
Don't be offended.
Linux Plug-and-Play Kernel Project http://www.redhat.com/linux-info/pnp/
XFree86 Matrox Team http://www.bf.rmit.edu.au/~ajv/xf86-matrox.html