Gregory Nowak gnowak1 at uic.edu
Fri Feb 15 16:02:31 EST 2002

First, why did you just compile 2.4.16, when 2.4.17 is the latest and gratest? Also, from experience, I can say that it is stable.

Second, you *do not * want to move your 2.4.13 tree modules to your 2.4.16. Instead, get into /usr/src/linux, and run
make modules
make modules_install
in that order. Hth.

On Fri, Feb 15, 2002 at 07:42:26AM +0000, Doug Lawlor wrote:
> Hello list, I have just compiled a new 2.4.16 kernel and I get complaints 
> from 'modprobe' that it can not locate any of my modules.  The modules in 
> question are in my /lib/modules/2.4.13 tree.  Moving them to my 
> /lib/modules/2.4.16 tree doesn't give better results either.  Is there a 
> file someware which contains the path to my modules directory?
> Thanks in advance,
> Doug
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