<118>sysctl: unknown oid 'sysctl compat.linux.osrelease' at line 11: No such file or directory
mexas at bris.ac.uk
Thu Mar 12 15:20:58 UTC 2015
>From bsd-lists at bsdforge.com Thu Mar 12 15:16:15 2015
>> >From david at catwhisker.org Thu Mar 12 12:44:43 2015
>> >What does output of "kldstat | grep linux" look like?
>> >g1-251(11.0-C) kldstat |grep linux
>> > 2 3 0xc17a4000 74c90 linux.ko
>> >But if it's not loaded, I suspect that might be a valid reason for
>> >the OID to fail to be recognized
>> # kldstat
>> Id Refs Address Size Name
>> 1 9 0xffffffff80200000 e33630 kernel
>> 2 1 0xffffffff81034000 e10350 nvidia.ko
>> 3 1 0xffffffff81e45000 2ba58 bwn_v4_ucode.ko
>> # kldload linux
>> kldload: can't load linux: module already loaded or in kernel
>> I have in the kernel config file:
>> options COMPAT_43
>> options COMPAT_LINUX32
>> options LINPROCFS
>> options LINSYSFS
>> Perhaps I also need to add
>> options COMPAT_LINUX ?
>By virtue of the fact that kldstat(8) returns nvidia. You
>can be assured that linux has already been loaded, or
>rather, that linux is already available. Which suggests to
>me that it is already part of your kernel. dmesg(8)
>(/var.run/dmesg.boot) might well reveal that, for you.
>Perhaps even in /var/log/messages.
$ grep -i linux /var/run/dmesg.boot
What does this tell me?
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