Can't kldload pf

Christopher Nehren apeiron+usenet at coitusmentis.info
Thu Mar 10 15:07:44 PST 2005


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On 2005-03-10, cpghost at cordula.ws scribbled these
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>> The ENOENT error returned from kldload is a bit misleading, though.
>
> Ugh... yes ;). Perhaps that should be documented in pf(4)?

It's already documented, though not quite so explicitly, in kld(4): " If a
module B, is dependent on another module A, but is not compiled with module A
as a dependency, then kldload(8) fails to load module B, even if module A is
already present in the system." However, perhaps it would be a good idea
to mention that pf(4) requires INET6.

Best Regards,
Christopher Nehren
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