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Old 04-03-2004, 07:49 PM   #1
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Update-modules: No longer managing /lib/modules/modprobe.conf?


I am using the latest version of module-init-tools, and yet, it seems that for whatever reason, update-modules[um from hereon in] will not update my modprobe configuration.

Anyone have any ideas about this. Earlier i had to revert to an older version of um in order to get my system back on track, and no longer choking on a powermgmt-base upgrade.

And btw, if you havent guessed yet, this is a 2.6 series kernel.
 
  


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