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SubjectRe: Kerneld woes
On Mon, 13 May 1996, Mr A.M. Kruczkowski wrote:

> Hiya there
>
> 1. yes, I did do make modules_install
>
> 2. kerneld does run
>
> 3. kdstat debug does produce information, useful or otherwise. I will
> describe this at the end
>
> 4. modprobe -c thrashes the machine. I get no control at all.
>
>
> In this version , 1.99.3, with modules -whatever the latest version is-
> revision h... I compiled the kernel with most things other than boot

Just by way of note, according to http://www.pi.se/blox/bloxinfo.html, the
latest is '1.3.69k'... one thing I would note about excessive thrashing: If
you don't have an ELF version of what debian calls 'miscutils' your system
will be broken by not have a.out support in it: You need an ELF version of
"update" for example or your system cannot memory manage (nothing ever
leaves the cache), since it loads _before_ kerneld in most setups.

(clip)
> What am I doing wrong? UIf you need other informatino, please don't
> hestiate to write.
>
> Thanks
>
> Alex
>
>
> ---------------------------------------
> The UK Therapy? page
> http://www.fishnet.net/~kerry/therapy
>
> ... Irony?
>
>
>

__kmb203@psu.edu_________________________Debian__1.1___Linux__1.99.3___
Hey guys, I just heard something that really worries me...
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