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    log out error


    Redhat Linux

    when i Log out , i find this error? i don't have sound card.

    modprobe: can't locate module sound - slot - 0
    modprobe: can't locate module sound server
    error open mix

    Thanks!!

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    Hi,

    in your /etc/modules.conf remove the soundxxx entries and rebuild your initrd.

    initrd <path_to_initrd> <kernel modules version>

    i.e.

    initrd /boot/initrd.img 2.4.21EL (for example)

    Let me know if it works!

    Cheers

    Jonas
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    in Linux Computing we Trust

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    modules.cof can't be find soundXX item. Should i rebuild my initrd?
    Thanks for your information.

    Quote Originally Posted by cjl7
    Hi,

    in your /etc/modules.conf remove the soundxxx entries and rebuild your initrd.

    initrd <path_to_initrd> <kernel modules version>

    i.e.

    initrd /boot/initrd.img 2.4.21EL (for example)

    Let me know if it works!

    Cheers

    Jonas

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    Hi again,

    No, there is no need to rebuild your initrd if you haven't changed anything in it...

    The problem you get must be in your /etc/modules.conf file, could you post that for us to see?

    Regards

    Jonas
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    in Linux Computing we Trust

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    modules.conf :

    Code:
    alias eth0 e1000
    alias scsi_hostadapter mptbase
    alias scsi_hostadapter1 mptscsih
    alias usb-controller usb-ohci
    thanks for helping!

    Quote Originally Posted by cjl7
    Hi again,

    No, there is no need to rebuild your initrd if you haven't changed anything in it...

    The problem you get must be in your /etc/modules.conf file, could you post that for us to see?

    Regards

    Jonas

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