I was working away on a mandrake 7.2 yesterday with a friend and he did a
couple of mistakes too trying to recompile his kernel, i let him do all the
command and helping him out with wrong things. It looks like you place
emu10k1 as Y in the kernel and not module anymore if not, your module name
might not be the one mandrake created, check out your /etc/modules.conf (or
conf.module on redhat based flavours) and compare with what you have in
The cdrom problem looks like you would have forgotten Joliet as a format (i
presume you didn't try to mount a redhat CD just to see ...
On Wednesday 14 February 2001 10:21, stee wrote:
> I have recompiled mandrake 7.1 with kernel 2.4.0 and more or less every
> things ok, except I can no longer mount my CDROM's, it reports "mount:
> /dev/cdrom/has wrong major or minor number"
>> I had nls_iso88... module problems, recompiled the kern with nls stuff
> on the code page section to modules and that seemed to have worked, but
> still I can't mount the cdrom's :-(
>> also on startup it never seems to find the sound module emu10k and fails
> the modprobe, I had a look for it, - I'm guessing that right now your
> thinking- jesus this guy really hasn't a clue..your dead right!
>> Any way, a few pointers would be great if any one has the time
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