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SubjectRe: module dependencies
Date wrote:
> When I boot, I get a message about the 2.0.28 modules. I recently upgrade
> 2.0.0 to 2.0.28. When I rename /lib/modules/2.0.0 to /lib/modules/2.0.28
> I get the message that the modules were compiled on 2.0.0 and cannot be
> used on 2.0.28. What are these modules and where do I get the 2.0.28
> ones?

When you compile a new kernel, you also need to compile the modules that go
with it. Go into the same source directory where you compiled the kernel
and do this:

make modules
make modules_install
depmod -a

This will put the new modules in /lib/modules/2.0.28 for you. (You should
be running the 2.0.28 kernel when you do the depmod -a.)

"When your tail's in a crack you improvise, if you're good enough.
Otherwise you give your pelt to the trapper." -- John Myers Myers

Wayne Brown

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