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Old 01-15-2004, 07:19 AM   #1
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Help, Cant use modprobe to load modules to run isis!

I use modprobe to load abiword module like follow in rc.local
modprobe abi-ibcs
modprobe binfmt_coff
it work on lnx 7.x(i can run isis) but in lnx 9.0 the error occure
./isis cannot execute binary file

and every time my como start the error occure
cannot locate module abi-ibcs
cannot locate module binfmt_coff

How can i fix this ??

* abiword installed


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