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Subjectlinux 2.2.19pre5 /proc problem.
Alan,

I have linux 2.2.19pre5 on a UMSDOS based Dell Optiplex Gx1 using
libc5 v2.0.7. Below is my "lsmod" of all modules loaded.
Note: the cpuid module when it isn'tloaded and oopsing the kernel is
fixed now. However, I found a new problem in /proc.

A). Problem: If you "cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/route/flush" you'll get
Invalid argument as an error message. This is a zero length file
(as expected) and I'm not sure what it is supposed to contain.
I can send my kernel ".config" file if you can't duplicate this one.
Note: I do have a regular T1 internet connection, even though I have
the ppp and slip stuff loaded -- these modules aren't being used.



Module Size Used by
cpuid 676 0 (unused)
usb-storage 21496 0 (unused)
usbserial 17288 0 (unused)
usb-uhci 18652 0 (unused)
usbcore 46056 0 [usb-storage usbserial usb-uhci]
loop 7616 0 (unused)
dummy 688 0 (unused)
3c59x 20552 1
opl3 11208 0
cs4232 2408 0
uart401 5968 0 [cs4232]
ad1848 16080 0 [cs4232]
sound 57164 0 [opl3 cs4232 uart401 ad1848]
soundcore 2340 5 [sound]
ppp_deflate 40652 0 (unused)
bsd_comp 3656 0 (unused)
ppp 19948 0 [ppp_deflate bsd_comp]
slip 7220 0 (unused)
slhc 4328 0 [ppp slip]
parport_pc 7252 0
parport 7028 0 [parport_pc]


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