[plug] Sound card
vk6ksj at siwa.com.au
Fri Nov 17 14:27:02 WST 2000
Hmmm, I've rebooted the machine (yes I know it sounds like a Windows
trick...) and even after respecifying the full path of the binfmt_aout.o
module is doesn't want recognise it anymore
This is in my /etc/conf.modules file (among other things)
options sb io=0x220 irq=5 dma=0 mpu_io=0x330
alias binfmt-0064 /lib/modules/2.2.14-5.0/fs/binfmt_aout.o
alias sound-slot-0 sb
After the reboot, the audio server doesn't want to work.
Does it matter what order these options go in?
Oh well, back to the drawing board....
billk at iinet.net.au wrote:
> Run depmod -av as root to update the module dependencies in the modules.dep
> file. This happens on reboot automaticly for most distros, however I
> forgot this would be neccessary in this case. If the modules are in
> standard locations, you do not need to tell it the path, though there are
> ways of telling depmod to look for them. Checkout "man
> depmod/insmod/modprobe/rmmod " in turn. Problems may occur if you are not
> using a standard kernel (rolled your own from source) or the modules were
> not compiled. Have a look at the modules directory and make sure they are
> there. (not at my machine so cannot give exact path.)
> * if this doesnt work, try posting details such as distro, version, whether
> you compiled your own kernel (and details that may affect module
> compilation) which may give some further insight into the problem.
> > Nov 17 08:08:03 linux modprobe: modprobe: Can't locate module
> > binfmt-0064
> > Nov 17 08:08:32 linux insmod: Note: /etc/conf.modules is more recent
> > than /lib/modules/2.2.14-5.0/modules.dep
> > Can I assume correct that I gotta tell it the full pathname for
> > binfmt_aout?
> > ...and do I need to add the same line in
> > /lib/modules/2.2.14-5.0/modules.dep as I've put into conf.modules ?
> > /Kai
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