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Old 08-11-2004, 11:12 AM   #1
vkrishn1
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Angry modprobe:FATAL: Module /dev/usb/tts/22 not found


I am trying to run 2.6.5 with USB support. I am seein the above error for almost all my tts ports. I am not sure why the kernel is trying ot load those as modules. I have the USB support built into the kernel when compiling it.

I have already checked my modules.conf and modprobe.conf and nothing seems out of place there. Any ideas will be appreciated.

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