[ale] SCSI module not loading on Debian Sarge
bluejay at speedfactory.net
Sun Dec 21 02:16:02 EST 2003
Just tried it both ways. Once with it in as an alias (just like it was
under Red Hat) and once added to the modules file. Neither worked.
However with it listed in the modules file I did get a boot message
about the modprobe not finding the module. This kernel was built with
make-kpkg following the Debian Reference. What's next?????
On Sat, Dec 20, 2003 at 10:31:39PM -0800, Jim Popovitch wrote:
> One more thing, run 'update-modules' after making your changes.
> -Jim P.
> --- Jim Popovitch <jimpop at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > If you need to alias the driver, then add an entry to /etc/modutils/aliases.
> > Otherwise, just put dc395 (or whatever the driver is called) into
> > /etc/modules
> > hth,
> > -Jim P.
> > --- Jim Seymour <bluejay at speedfactory.net> wrote:
> > > Hi All,
> > >
> > > Just finished compiling a kernel Debian's way patching in a
> > > Tekram driver for a dc395. Everything went fine (I guess) until I
> > > rebooted. The Tekram driver is for a scanner. I can find the module
> > > under /lib/modules/2.4.22-486/kernel/drivers/scsi. However I am used to
> > > Red Hat's way of building/installing of kernels and modules. Debian
> > > uses this modconf thingy. Modconf doesn't think the module is
> > > installed. Can someone get me through this or am I looking at trying to
> > > recompile the kernel?
> > >
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