bdubbs at swbell.net
Tue Mar 6 05:59:55 PST 2001
That did not work. I can put an explict insmod in the boot script and get it
to work and I can do a depmod -a -v and see that the system is scanning 3c95x,
but automatic loading is still not working.
I was reading in a kernel book about kerneld being the agent for loading
modules. The book talks about Linux 2.0 however. Neither my LFS or Mandrake
7.0 system has that process. I'm wondering if it could be a kernel
configuration thing, but I've checked and I can't find anything.
Do you have any other ideas?
Thomas Krennwallner wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 05, 2001 at 09:22:53PM -0600, the boisterous Bruce Dubbs <bdubbs at swbell.net> wrote:
> > I've almost got my first LFS system up. My remaining problem is getting the
> > network driver to load on boot. For me, the network interface card drive is
> > not being loaded. If I do a insmod 3c95x manually, the driver is loaded and I
> > can go ahead and initialize the network and go from there.
> add a line to /etc/modules.conf:
> alias eth0 3c95x
> then run "depmod -a"
> try this with first removing the module and then run "ifconfig eth0 up"
> the module should be loaded automatically.
> So long
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