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From: John Jasen (jjasen1umbc.edu)
Date: Sat Mar 16 2002 - 08:30:22 CST
On Fri, 15 Mar 2002, Rajiv Prasad wrote:
> Now, the question is how do I go about installing the new kernel and the
> new modutils? In what sequence? modutils first? kernel first? And
> where do I install modutils? The README says by default it is installed
> in / -- that would blow away my old modutils, right? Is it safe to do,
> or should I reconfigure to install modutils 2.4.14 in /usr/local? If I
> do the latter, would the new kernel be able to find modutils in
> /usr/local and not use the old version of modutils (in /)?
You need a new modutils for a 2.4.x kernel, as their module layout is
different than 2.2.x kernels, so I would install that first.
Also, modutils kinda needs to be on /, so you don't get into wierd
situations of possibly trying to run modutils off a partition that isn't
mounted yet, and/or you have support for that filesystem as a module!
-- -- John E. Jasen (jjasen1umbc.edu) -- In theory, theory and practise are the same. In practise, they aren't.
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