my lsmod versus LFS DVD lsmod
Mike.McCarty at sbcglobal.net
Mon Mar 22 14:32:02 PDT 2010
brown wrap wrote:
> my kernel loads two modules:
> ohci_hcd 19241 0
> ehci_hcd 30605 0
Prominently not here, but present below, is usbcore.
However, didn't you say that even your normal keyboard
and PS/2 mouse don't work? I also don't see any file
systems, nor any disc drivers.
> lsmod of LFS 6.3:
> Module Size Used by
> usbhid 32704 0
> ext3 118664 2
> jbd 69360 1 ext3
> psmouse 46620 0
> pcspkr 4864 0
> ext2 56584 1
> isofs 39780 1
> zlib_inflate 17024 1 isofs
> sg 37800 0
> sr_mod 19492 1
> cdrom 42152 1 sr_mod
> sd_mod 29568 3
> ohci1394 39240 0
> ahci 27140 3
> ohci_hcd 25220 0
> ehci_hcd 37004 0
> sata_sil24 18052 0
> libata 141456 2 ahci,sata_sil24
> ieee1394 109912 1 ohci1394
> usbcore 153776 4 usbhid,ohci_hcd,ehci_hcd
> amd74xx 17584 0 [permanent]
> ide_core 160784 1 amd74xx
> My problem is I don't know how to make the one-to-one correspondence
> in building a kernel. For example, I have no idea what ohci1394 is.
You are leaving out many necessary things. I'm no kernel expert,
but how can you hope to boot without any disc drivers or file
I think your problem goes much deeper than just a mouse not working.
I'm surprised you aren't panicking with root file system not found.
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