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SubjectRe: modutils 2.1.71: Ouch, no kerneld for message 2147418113
On Thu, 11 Dec 1997, Regis Duchesne wrote:

> > I got the following error with the new modutils and 2.1.72.
> > Ouch, no kerneld for message 2147418113
> I have got the same message with old modutils (2.1.55) and 2.1.71
> Perhaps we have to start kerneld sooner, what does this kerneld message
> mean?

Me three. 2.1.55 modutils, 2.1.71 kernel. (Would be running
2.1.71(kerneld)+2.1.72(kernel), but problems connecting to (and
accedently deleted /usr/src, like the idiot that I am).)

Two interesting things about this message:
1) It is 0x7fff0001 - a odd number
2) It appear _partway through_ fscking. (I.E. Nothing just started (at that
time, I'm not multitasking anything)

-=- James Mastros
When the annals of distributed computing are written, and the name 'Bovine'
appears in there, I can say "Hey, I was a part of that, I checked .0012% of
the keyspace".
-=- Brian Wilson <>
Go to before I come make you!

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