|Guillermo Moyna on Wed, 17 Oct 2001 17:30:11 +0200|
First, thanks to all how provided pointers to my SSH problems. It was actually something else. One of the rpc daemons was not running, and aparently that made the ssh server a very unhappy camper...
Now a question. I don't recall ever 'mounting' the CDROM on our cluster (paricularly after a kernel upgrade), and I tried the other day and it would not work (This little intro basically means "I have no idea when this started to happen..."). Looking into the log file, I found this two 'modprobe' error messages, one of which seems to be related:
Oct 16 13:45:33 node0 modprobe: can't locate module binfmt-0000 Oct 16 15:43:45 node0 modprobe: can't locate module block-major-3
What the heck are these things? I know binfmt has something to do with binary format of executables, and block-major-3 with block devices (hda, hdb, therefore the problem with the CDROM, I suspect). More importantly, how the heck do I fix'em?
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