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Old 05-16-2011, 01:08 AM   #1
pieterparker17
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FATAL: Module windrvr6_usb not found.


hello all
while installing Windriver (jungo) i found the error "FATAL: Module windrvr6_usb not found." after entering command "make install".

the following msg is displayed in the log.
WinDriver's kernel modules (windrvr6.o and windrvr6_usb.o)
can be reloaded upon every boot.
The kernel module will be loaded after running the wdreg script upon boot
in the following manner:
<path to the wdreg script>/wdreg windrvr6 auto


NOTE: Due to security reasons, by default, /dev/windrvr6 is created with
permissions only for the root user. To enable other user access,
change the permissions of /dev/windrvr6

how can i solve this problem.
thanks
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