jack wallen wrote: > a little more info. after poking around i find that usb-core is not > loading. i try to run insmod usb-core and i get: > > insmod: can't read 'usb-core': No such file or directory > > i try: > > insmod kmod-usb-core and i get the same error. > > if i do lsmod i see > usb_storage 86408 0 > > but no core module. > > is the usb_storage module the only module needed for this? > > thanks for any help on this issue. > You should use modprobe instead of insmod. Insmod needs the full pathname to the module, and you have to take care of loading any modules that are required for the proper operation of the module yourself. Modprobe will take care of that for you, as well as knowing the path to the standard kernel modules. It will have problems if you compile your own module, and do not install them in the modules directory, and have not run depmod after doing this. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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