On Sun, Sep 10, 2000 at 11:09:13PM +0200, Deim Agoston wrote:
> > Ah right! Well I guess you could try this to start with (make sure you
> > don't need to load any modules to complete the steps)...
> > dpkg --purge modconf modutils
> > apt-get install modconf modutils
> Don't do this. Instead just remove the lines from /etc/modules. There's
> just one module (and options) per line. That will work.
I was really thinking of purging the files in /etc/modutils/ in case
wrongly edited versions of those files were kept there for some reason...
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