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Re: Modprobe STILL Complains



The modprobe error is normally cause by either a conflict or that your board
is NOT set to what the sndconfig settings are at.

It could be that only one function is off... say DMA5...

-JMS

-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher Bellini <cbellini lakers lssu edu>
To: Red Hat Install <redhat-install-list redhat com>
Date: Wednesday, October 07, 1998 12:23 PM
Subject: Modprobe STILL Complains


>In an attempt to fix the "modprobe error" I've been receiving while trying
>to configure my SoundBlaster 16 (not PnP) with "sndconfig" I've done the
>following:
>
>1. downloaded from RedHat ftp site the following file:
>kernel-2_0_35-2_i386.rpm
>
>2. installed the .rpm package:
>rpm -ivh kernel-2_0_35-2_i386.rpm
>
>3. modified the file '/etc/lilo.conf'
>must appear the following: 'image=/boot/vmlinuz-2.0.35-2'
>
>4. made the necessary changes to LILO
>
>5. deleted from '/boot' directory the following 3 files:
>vmlinuz-2.0.35-1
>System.map-2.0.35-1
>module-info-2.0.35-1
>
>6. deleted the directory '/lib/modules/2.0.35-1':
>rm -rf /lib/modules/2.0.35-1
>
>This time during the booting sequence, it seems to load the sound module
(it
>didn't do that before I upgraded the kernel), but I'm still getting that
>"modprobe error" when I run sndconfig. Is there anything else I should do?
>If so, what and how?  Thanks.
>
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>Computer & Mathematical Sciences
>Lake Superior State University
>E-mail : cbellini student lssu edu
>         cbellini lakers lssu edu
>URL : http://student.lssu.edu/~cbellini/
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