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Hello,

Thanks for those who replied telling me to upgrade modutils to 2.4.5.

I downloaded modutils-2.4.5.tar.gz and placed it in my /root directory. After
tar -xzvf, I got a new directory /root/modutils-2.4.5. Then I followed the
instructions in INSTALL:

cd modutils-2.4.5
./configure

But, from this point on, I wasn't able to finish the installation. What is
meant by "/paht/to/master/modutils/configure" ? Anyway, doing "make install"
doesn't cause any effect, as my modules still aren't loaded when I reboot
with kernel 2.4.2. Thanks in advance for your comments.

Best Regards,
Marcus.

Marcus Ramos wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I've moved from kernel 2.2.16 to 2.4.2 (RH7) and its boots OK, except
> for the fact that none of the modules in "/etc/modules.conf" are loaded
> anymore (although modules were enabled in kernel config). In
> "/lib/modules" I see two directories: 2.2.16 and 2.4.2 (which I assume
> is the default for modules.conf). However, the "/lib/modules/2.4.2"
> contains almost no files, differently from 2.2.16. I guess I've missed
> some important step during the installation of 2.4.2, but now I am
> confused and can't recover. Can anyboy point me what the missing step is
> ? I will be most grateful.
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Marcus.
>
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