[lfs-support] lsmod return nothing
houkensjtu at gmail.com
Sat Mar 22 06:22:35 PDT 2014
thanks for your reply!
I recompile the kernel, actually I copied the kernel source from my host
system(slackware) and everything works fine now!
So the problem narrowed down to my kernel configuration, I would continue
dig into that.
On Sat, Mar 22, 2014 at 5:51 PM, Pierre Labastie <pierre.labastie at neuf.fr>wrote:
> Le 22/03/2014 01:23, 包乾 a écrit :
> > hi all!
> > Its been alot of effort and I finally got my LFS 7.4 successfully boot
> on my
> > thinkpad X40.
> > The first problem I encountered was that during the boot process it
> > "face eth0 doesn't exist". Well its a typical error msg with driver
> > So I went back to host system, figured out which kernel module my NIC
> use( I
> > found it was e1000.ko, a intel NIC driver).
> > Then I go back into LFS, re-configure and re-make the kernel, re-install
> > thing include modules.
> > And weird thing happened. I tried to "modprobe e1000", it return
> nothing, just
> > like successfully loaded. But when I double-check lsmod, there is
> > NOTHING there-no module was loaded. I wonder if I screwed sth. up during
> > build process or there is other problem...
> > Plz help!
> Did you build e1000 as a module or in the kernel?
> In the latter case, it is normal that modprobe says nothing and that you
> cannot see e1000 as a loaded module.
> You can check with:
> grep E1000= /boot/config-... (the config file saved in /boot after building
> the kernel).
> If you get:
> CONFIG_E1000=y, it is not built as module, but embedded in the kernel.
> CONFIG_E1000=m, it is built as module.
> CONFIG_E1000=n, it is not built at all.
> Now, coming to the issue you have, it may also be that eth0 is renamed to
> something else.
> What does 'ip link list' return on the booted system?
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