Joseph F. Maceira
jmaceira at alleganyinternet.net
Sun Nov 19 05:21:03 PST 2000
Yeah, I get that all the time too. I usually have that built into a
monolithic kernel (sorry, old windows bad habit :-o ) and it still
stinkers about that message. I am using kernel 2.4.0test11pre5 and
whichever modutils is listed with LFS 2.4.2, how do we get rid of this
message? I've gotten the message with kernel version 2.2.17 too so I
don't think it's limited to the new kernel.
On a another, anyone have a hint about doing and LFS built for 2.4.0? I
have a few emails I've gotten from people, but I think that just
scratches the surface....
Sergey Ostrovsky wrote:
> I noticed that on the system which runs 2.4.0test10 kernel
> ifconfig lo 127.0.0.1
> gives something like "modprobe: can't locate net-pf-9"
> This net-pf-9, IIRC is the request for loop.o
> ( if case you compiled network loopback as a module ).
> IMHO it's a leftover from 2.2.x, because 2.4.0 kernel config
> doesn't even have such an option - loopback must be molded
> in the networking code.
> Neverthless, lo gets brought up.
> Any different experience ?
> Sergey Ostrovsky.
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