>(1) an "unable to open /proc" command line when attempting to start
>the httpd daemon, and
>(2) a "1.2.13 symbols don't match 1.3.99" when attempting to start
>iBSD (i think that's what its called)
>even though I recompiled the kernel with the module flag set
>correctly. Does anyone have any ideas?
Read the file /usr/src/linux/Documentation and you'll get info on all this.
You need to get some other updates in order to work properly, and each
time you update your kernel you have to recompile the iBCS with that
setup so it will identify correctly. That one isn't too well covered
in the docs, but the error message is the clue there.
Here is the info on /proc:
In the latest 1.3.x kernel releases the /proc file system structure
was changed, so you need to upgrade the procps package to version
0.99a. In the very latest kernels, /proc has changed again. There's
not yet an officially updated version of procps, so use 0.99a; you
might want to look for one of the patches floating around to update
0.99a for use with 1.3.94 and later kernels.
and here it is on iBCS:
For a version of iBCS that works with 1.3.x kernels, grab
Speaking strictly for myself!