I've got a strange problem. (Redhat 6.1)
I have recompiled the kernel to remove sound support and enable support
for my new ethernet card (Trust PCI). The trouble is that on rebooting
via command line 'halt', or 'reboot', the new kernel is reloaded and
insists on saying: "/dev/hda3 not cleanly umounted, check forced" for
all the hda partitions (no errors are found). Nothing else has been done
recently other than the kernel recompile. Any ideas of what I've
overlooked? This has never happened before my kernel recompile.
Other errors include:
/lib/modules/220.127.116.11/misc/essolo.o unresolved symbols.
" " " /es1370.o
these are old modules from when i tried to get my sound card working, is
it ok to just delete them?
The Trust PCI ethernet card - is it OK to identify this card on 'make
xconfig' as PCI NE2000" - or does it have a different chipset? - the box
gives no clues.
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