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Now I get 2 penguins ( framebuffer ), kernel panic, or on some occasions with a few different steps It will boot through but I start receiving TONS of insmod failed to load blahblah modules when I boot up. What am I doing wrong? I've done this succesfully before. I dont recall what I did differently.. I'm running slack 9.1 btw.
I'm lazy and most of the time deleting the kernel and putting one back into place usually does not fail me.. if it does I pop the cd back in, mount the drive, then fix it.. i read through those earlier, but can anyone tell me what is the key thing I'm missing here that causes all the insmod failures? is it make? or make install? etc..