Bad message with compiled kernel
When I use my own kernel ( means that I configure and compile kernel my self ), I alwasy get bad messages. None of them dangerous. However, I am just unhappy read those message every time I boot into my machine. In my latest kernel, 2.6.2 I got these messages:
Mounting USB filesystem:
fgrep: /proc/bus/usb/drivers: No such file or directory
Initializing USB HID interface: /sbin/modprobe: unrecognized option '--first-time'
Usage: /sbin/modprobe [--verbose|--version|--config|--remove] filename options
FATAL : Error running install command for hid
Initializing USB keyboard: FATAL: Module keybdev not found [FAILED]
Initializing USB mouse : FATAL: Module mousedev not found [FAILED]
Yeah, I know I still can live with these messages. I can play 3d game. I can listened to the music. I can connect to internet. It just.................... annoying.....................
When I use the default kernel that comes from Fedora ( Yeah, I use Fedora Core 1 ), none of these messages exist. Or....... They are [OK] at all. As you can see I got two [FAILED] already.
So, how can I get rid of these annoying messages ????