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Old 04-03-2007, 03:07 PM   #1
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Wrong /lib/modules

So I just installed Slackware 11. Installed seemed great. Some small adjustments to make (X related) but otherwise seemed to go well.

However, I used the huge26.s kernel which is a kernel build. In /lib/modules/ there is a dir That's obviously an issue when loading modules like say, my network adapter!!! hehe.

Anyadvise for a nice easy way to get the correct contents there?


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Always check the release notes:
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[HTML]Also, the kernel module packages for 2.6.x are not part of the
standard installation, so if you install using huge26.s or test26.s
kernel you'll have to install the corresponding kernel-modules package
when you're done. They can be found under /extra/linux- (or
ISO number two under /extra/linux-, or


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