Benjamin Vander Jagt
benjaminvanderjagt at adelphia.net
Thu Jul 24 23:47:59 UTC 2003
On Thu, 2003-07-24 at 19:38, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> Benjamin Vander Jagt (benjaminvanderjagt at adelphia.net) said:
> > You did, and I figured that just meant I'd have to add it to the kernel
> > post-install. I'm just a little confused in the wording.
> > And you're right, you mentioned it before.
> > "Compile it into the kernel. Seriously, you'll never get the option
> > in the installer if the module isn't there..."
> > I guess I could have figured that out myself, but this English language
> > isn't as good as, say, C++. :-p I didn't see "The module isn't on the
> > CDs", so I didn't put 1.5 and 2.5 together to get 4...
> Correct; basically, *if* the module is built for kernel-BOOT, and it's
> in modules.cgz on the second stage installer, and you pass the command
> line option, it will work.
> Currently, the module is not built (don't recall why, off the top of
> my head), and therefore it's not on the images.
> > I think I got it now, but is there any way I could load a module off of
> > a floppy or another CD? Would Anaconda be happy after that, or are
> > there other things missing, like mkfs.reiserfs?
> The tools are still there. I don't recall if making a driver disk
> for filesystems works. I doubt it does.
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