jdusek at cs.uiowa.edu
Thu Aug 12 17:57:04 PDT 2004
Well, I have certainly learnt my lesson. And I have been kicking myself
all afternoon. From now on, I will peruse the list carefully before
updating. Scout's honor.
At the risk of exposing myself to more abuse, I have another question -
how do I make the system automatically load io.ko and mem.ko when it
boots? For that matter, how do I make it load ndis.ko? I am having
trouble finding the generalized "load x.ko at boot" instruction. Does it
go in rc.conf?
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Kris Kennaway wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 12, 2004 at 07:35:49PM -0500, Jason Dusek wrote:
>>I just rebuilt my system and put Xorg on it. I'm running CURRENT
>>(grabbed the source yesterday). When I try to start X, I got the
> If you're running -current you MUST read the freebsd-current mailing
> list. Also read the UPDATING file whenever you update your sources.
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