ACPI autoload failed: no such file or directory
martin.mato at wanadoo.fr
Tue Aug 10 08:05:32 PDT 2004
Martin MATO a écrit :
> Martin MATO a écrit :
>> John-Mark Gurney a écrit :
>>> Martin MATO wrote this message on Tue, Aug 10, 2004 at 04:43 +0200:
>>>> anyone could explain this.. strange thing?
>>> Someone else is seeing this w/ pf...
>>> Do you have any lines modifing module_path in your loader.conf? Also,
>>> do you have an upto date support.4th?
>> i haven't any lines modifying module_path ( Andrew Milton has mailed
>> me about adding module_path="/boot/kernel /boot/modules" to
>> /boot/loader.conf, should fix it; but has no effects.)
>> and i have an up to date support.4th , compiled at the same time as
>> the kernel files.
>> booting whith the GENERIC kernel has same behaviour, but with other
>> errors messages; not in relation whith acpi; but debug support (!)
>> i'll try compiling one whitout any OPTFLAGS and CFLAGS
>> optimization, to see... (i use -O2 -pipe)
>> but i doubt it is in relation with the kldload behaviour...
>> ps: sorry for my bad english, i'm french...
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> Well, with a GENERIC kernel first, and a new world compiled without
> the -O2 flag, i obtaint the same problem. both with acpi autoload AND
> kldload error..
> i'm out of ideas... :P
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well, i tried now some kload "modules.ko" NONE worked (no such files
or directory) kldload doesn't seems to find them
i checked the modules path; and i added - again-
module_path="/boot/kernel /boot/modules" in /boot/loader.conf
after reboot and the same ACPI autoload error message,
kldload doesn't find again none of the modules i tried to load (i tried
a lot of them)!
the module path in the sysctl variable is effectively set to
cp /boot/kernel/*.ko /boot/modules
kldload find finally the modules files; EXCEPT acpi.ko.
i repeat I KNOW that acpi.ko can't be loaded from userland, i 'm only
seeing if kldload find the file(s) specified.
well i think i have a big problem here... :°(
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