George Gallen on 5 Aug 2005 17:11:04 -0000

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RE: [PLUG] Fedora 3 problem with modules

Bingo. depmod -a indeed did work. It took about 5 minutes
to run (at first I thought the system locked up...but then
I remembered, it wasn't XP).

Looks like all my modules are back now, including the sound
modules, which I never used, so never looked.

Thank you.

Now I just have a routing issue...I think.
If an ethernet port is given by dhcp server (my
wireless/wired router), shouldn't I be able to do a ping from itself and have it work? It gives me no
route to host. 

Or is that my router not allowing the ping to come back because
I have ping turned off (at least I think I do).

ping localhost works as expected.

my route table list 192.168. as the default route on eth0


-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of Cosmin
Sent: Friday, August 05, 2005 10:46 AM
Subject: Re: [PLUG] Fedora 3 problem with modules

If the file is there, and everything seems ok (not 0 size, not symlink
etc), then the module is there and the kernel should find it. Try running
'depmod -a',  and then try modprobing 8139too again.

If it doesn't work, maybe we can fingure out something else.

- -Cos
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