I have compiled the kernel 2.2.10 but some of the following options are greyed out.
In 2.2.6, I had these kernel I had to the choice to enable them.
The modules are
IP_MASQUERADING SPECIAL MODULE SUPPORT
IPV6 PROTOCOL (EXPERIMENTAL)
Are these modules dependent on some other modules being enabled? If so, which one?
I checked with my .config for 2.2.6 and cannot see what I have missed this time around.
Also, I have disabled SMP support in the compile options. At bootup time, the insmod tries to
load iBCS module. I do want this module and I cannot find where this option is for compilation.
The /etc/rc.d/rc.ibcs2 tries to load this module or the SMP iBCS module, whichever is available.
Where can I find the iBCS module for compilation? Have they changed the name of the module in
the compile configurtaion menu?
Thank you for any info.
subb3 at ibm.net
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