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No i didn't do that because i download the package kernel-2.4.24.tgz from slackware.com for install those packages you just have to do:
I did it before whit version 2.4.23 and didn't have problem at all. So it surprise me that now, did that. I didn't download the kernel source, because i haven't need it upgrading the kernel the way i say before. anyway if someone had the same problem and know any solution for this bug?? maybe could reply.
I run it depmod as root, but nothing happens it doesn't say nothing to me. I restart my box and still have the message:
Note: /etc/modules.conf is more recent than bla bla
Someone told me that this was a modutils bug, I don't know my worried is that this problem could leave a bug in my box than other people could used to hack me. If this doesn't make any problem like a big bug or something, I don't mind continue receiving this message, cause my Box still works fine, I haven't had any problem at all.
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this could solve your problem
if it's still naggin you...
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I can't do that, because I already have upgrade kernel package, And when i tried to upgrade it again, it skip the package because is installed Well I guess i would have to wait to next kernel release and update it whit the correct date. Thanks by the way.
Last edited by little_ball; 01-08-2004 at 04:23 PM.