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Old 06-26-2004, 08:21 PM   #1
Wynd
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Depmod -> floating point exception


I am trying to run depmod on my computer, but it comes back with "Floating point exception" every time. I turned on verbose and get this at the end:
Code:
xftw starting at /lib/modules/2.4 lstat on /lib/modules/2.4 failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/kernel lstat on /lib/modules/kernel failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/fs lstat on /lib/modules/fs failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/net lstat on /lib/modules/net failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/scsi lstat on /lib/modules/scsi failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/block lstat on /lib/modules/block failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/cdrom lstat on /lib/modules/cdrom failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/ipv4 lstat on /lib/modules/ipv4 failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/ipv6 lstat on /lib/modules/ipv6 failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/sound lstat on /lib/modules/sound failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/fc4 lstat on /lib/modules/fc4 failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/video lstat on /lib/modules/video failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/misc lstat on /lib/modules/misc failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/pcmcia lstat on /lib/modules/pcmcia failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/atm lstat on /lib/modules/atm failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/usb lstat on /lib/modules/usb failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/ide lstat on /lib/modules/ide failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/ieee1394 lstat on /lib/modules/ieee1394 failed
xftw starting at /lib/modules/mtd lstat on /lib/modules/mtd failed
Floating point exception
That would make sense because those directories don't exist. But why is it even looking there? Is there some config file or option that tells it where to look? I've tried searching other forums and Google and no one has the answer. Please help!
 
  


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