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SubjectRe: Still more Redhat Module Troubles
Thanks again,

My only real problem now seems to be that while X loads like it's
supposed to, my mouse ( generic ps/2 wheel mouse ) doesn't move once X
has started.

Only other problems were a message about keybdev being not found which I
understand is normal, and a usb-ohci not found error which hopefully I
found the missing config setting for.

If I can just figure out why the mouse doesn't work, I'll be running on

Thanks again
On Sat, 2003-05-24 at 06:14, wrote:
> On 24 May 2003 00:02:30 -0400, John Shillinglaw wrote:
> >Anyway I get not found messages when redhat modprobes char-major-10-1,
> >eth1, etc. when it boots up. This seems to be related to aliases since
> >eth1 is aliased to sis900 and char-major-10-1 to psaux. All help greatly
> >appreciated... exact details and .config file below:
> ...
> >I also tried to run the generate modprobe.conf script with no changes to
> >the behavior.
> Did you install the generated modprobe.conf in /etc? If not, do so.
> rc.sysinit has a known problem that causes it to disable module
> autoloading in 2.5 kernels. Fixed by the patch below.
> mkinitrd generally doesn't work with 2.5 modules, or once the new
> module-init-tools have been installed. I don't know how to fix
> that; maybe an LKML archive search will find something.
> --- /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit~ 2003-02-24 22:54:17.000000000 +0100
> +++ /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit 2003-05-01 17:07:09.000000000 +0200
> @@ -357,7 +357,7 @@
> fi
> -if ! LC_ALL=C grep -iq nomodules /proc/cmdline 2>/dev/null && [ -f /proc/ksyms ]; then
> +if ! LC_ALL=C grep -iq nomodules /proc/cmdline 2>/dev/null && [ -f /proc/modules ]; then
> fi

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