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On (25/02/07 22:36), Cathal A. Ferris said:
> I made the mistake of installing a second wireless card (rt2460pci), and
> in the process of getting it running I ran the make install script in the
> sourceforge module source code download, without thoroughly reading the
> instructions. I'm not entirely sure *exactly* what happened, but the end
> result is that the vast majority of the previously installed madules
> refuse to modprobe, with various warnings and complaints about unknown
> symbols and such like.
>I suspect this installed a bunch of kernel modules as configured in your
kernel source, overwriting the modules that were already there.
> How should I go about rebuilding my modules.autoload and what else do I
> need to do?
>I doubt this is the problem. I reckon you just need to replace the newly
installed modules that aren't working with the old ones that were
working. If this was a .deb kernel, then it could just be a matter of
re-installing that. I don't know if a dpkg-reconfigure of it will
overwrite the modules.
John Madden -- john at jmadden.eu
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