Everytime I try to deal with modules (ie depmod, modprobe) I get the
kernel message <sc 347(0,0,0)>. I'm pretty sure this is the factor
that's keeping me from getting IP-Masq to work with my UDB/RH5.0
machine. Comments? Suggestions?
I have a 10 GB UDMA IDE drive formatted with Windows. The first partition
is FAT32, and the second is NTFS. I can successfully mount the first, but
not the second. Any ideas?
Suse 7.2 on i86
the drive is mounted on /dev/hdc, and I CAN see hda1, but not hda2