kernel-2.2.12 ppp error messages

kernel-2.2.12 ppp error messages

Post by XuYifen » Sat, 28 Aug 1999 04:00:00



Hi,

I am using redhat 6.0, I have just upgrade kernel from 2.2.10 to 2.2.12,

anything is ok except that ppp has some minor problems, after I dialed
up to my ISP,
many error messages report to /var/log/messages, the message like these:

Aug 23 1999,... xu :  can't locate module ppp0:1
Aug 23 1999, ...xu :  can't locate module ppp0:2
Aug 23 1999, ...xu :  can't locate module ppp0:3

but ppp link is OK,  I can use my browser as before, and no any problem.

Any help will be appreciated,
---
XuYifeng

 
 
 

kernel-2.2.12 ppp error messages

Post by Hans-Detlev Fin » Sat, 28 Aug 1999 04:00:00


Same with me here with 2.1.11 for lo:1, lo:2, ...
and for eth0:1, eth0:2, ...

-Hans-


> Hi,

> I am using redhat 6.0, I have just upgrade kernel from 2.2.10 to 2.2.12,

> anything is ok except that ppp has some minor problems, after I dialed
> up to my ISP,
> many error messages report to /var/log/messages, the message like these:

> Aug 23 1999,... xu :  can't locate module ppp0:1
> Aug 23 1999, ...xu :  can't locate module ppp0:2
> Aug 23 1999, ...xu :  can't locate module ppp0:3

> but ppp link is OK,  I can use my browser as before, and no any problem.

> Any help will be appreciated,
> ---
> XuYifeng


 
 
 

kernel-2.2.12 ppp error messages

Post by Champ Clark I » Tue, 31 Aug 1999 04:00:00



>Same with me here with 2.1.11 for lo:1, lo:2, ...
>and for eth0:1, eth0:2, ...

        Usually eth0:1, eth0:2 represent "aliase" devices... That is,
so that you can bind more the one IP address to a "network" device.
I'm betting that ip_aliases module is loaded and not needed.  Remove it,
and I guessing (stress guessing here) that you'll stop seeing those
errors..

                                        - Champ

>-Hans-


>> Hi,

>> I am using redhat 6.0, I have just upgrade kernel from 2.2.10 to 2.2.12,

>> anything is ok except that ppp has some minor problems, after I dialed
>> up to my ISP,
>> many error messages report to /var/log/messages, the message like these:

>> Aug 23 1999,... xu :  can't locate module ppp0:1
>> Aug 23 1999, ...xu :  can't locate module ppp0:2
>> Aug 23 1999, ...xu :  can't locate module ppp0:3

>> but ppp link is OK,  I can use my browser as before, and no any problem.

>> Any help will be appreciated,
>> ---
>> XuYifeng

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