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Old 10-11-2005, 06:02 AM   #1
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Exclamation Automatic Modules


Hi all

I have really ballsed up my system

I was trying to get openmosix working and found that it really only works with 2.4 kernel so I tried to downgrade, big mistake, I needed to install mod-utils and an old version of flex to compile these plus, the bad part, installed kernel headers from a 2.4 kernel source to include dir

Any way, I tried going back to 2.6 and found a problem, I put back the correct headers, reinstalled flex and deleted the mod-utils and replaced with module-init-tools, the kernel compiles and make modules_install works but when restarting the modules are not automaticly loading, they will load manully?
 
  


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