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SubjectRe: modutils 2.1.71: Ouch, no kerneld for message 2147418113

make oldconfig

When a new option is added, (and thus isn't in your config file) it is off
unless you make oldconfig (which will load defaults for new options) or
change it in the config.

On Sat, 13 Dec 1997, Roger Espel Llima wrote:

> > Got me too. Set BSD Unix Domain Sockets in the networking part of
> > config.
>
> Does that mean that Unix-domain sockets are disabled by default? Why on
> earth would anyone NOT want Unix-domain sockets on a machine, except to
> build one of these really-really-stripped-down boxes?
>
> Unix-domain sockets should be there normally, unless you go out of your
> way to disable them... they're part of the expected Unix semantics.
>
> --
> Roger Espel Llima
> espel@llaic.u-clermont1.fr, espel@unix.bigots.org
> http://www.eleves.ens.fr:8080/home/espel/index.html
>


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