: Hi everybody
: I upgraded today from kernel 1.2.13 to 2.0.24. after restarting my
: computer i got this message:
: Loading iBCS module...
: Error:The module was compiled on kernel version 1.2.13
: This kernel is version 2.0.24 They don't match!
: Check that the module is usable with the current kernel, recompile the
: kernel and try again.
: Now. what is this iBCS module? where i can find it ? and how i can copile it?
: sorry for the newbie questions ..
Sounds like you had the iBCS module installed when you setup your Linux
system (Slackware, most probably?) And when you upgrade your kernel, the
modules need to be recompiled. And since you most probably don't have the
source for iBCS, you won't be able to load the module :)
Anyway.. iBCS is used to run other un*x binaries on linux (eg SCO). If you
don't know what it is, you probably don't need it.
`grep -i ibcs /etc/rc.d/*` and get rid of the line.
If you _do_ need it, I think you'll most probably find it in an ALPHA
directory on tsx-11 or the like..
-= Mark Stiebel