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Sun Jan 9 19:58:53 UTC 2011
On Friday 07 January 2011 20:28, Gilles Espinasse wrote:
> > Sorry to bombard the mailing list with so many questions... I've run
> > into another issue. I'm attempting to get networking going on my
> > distro, but came across a strange situation. I tried checking what
> > hardware was being detected so I ran busybox's lspci which gave ID's and
> > classes along with numbers instead of written descriptions so I can't
> > tell what is what. Is this typical behavior for busybox's lspci? I
> > then tried to see which modules were installed (lsmod), but got no
> > output, just another prompt. Surely I have to have some drivers
> > installed! I then tried to load the e1000e driver for the NIC (which
> > was verified in an existing distro that fully works). Trying to "insmod
> > e1000e" resulted in "insmod: can't read 'e1000e': No such file or
> > directory". And trying to "modprobe e1000e" produced "modprobe:
> > 'kernel/drivers/net/e1000e/e1000e.ko.gz': invalid module format."
> > However, that module does in fact exist and it's for the kernel taken
> > from a working distro with the driver located under
> > /lib/modules/*kernel*/kernel/drivers/net/e1000e. Any ideas?
> > Dave
> insmod need full path and does not support compressed module.
> The fact that you had ''kernel/drivers/net/e1000e/e1000e.ko.gz' show that
> /lib/modules/*kernel*/modules.dep is available
> 'invalid module format' is only in modprobe-small code.
> Probably select the complete modprobe to have compressed module support.
> That's what I use and that work.
Meanwhile I'll fix modprobe-small to work with compressed modules.
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