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Hi Everyone, I have recently installed a smartlink modem driver on my Red Hat 8 system. My computers modem is a WinModem and for this reason I have been having ...
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    Cannot locate module?


    Hi Everyone,

    I have recently installed a smartlink modem driver on my Red Hat 8 system. My computers modem is a WinModem and for this reason I have been having some fun trying to get the thing working in Red Hat, I have successfully installed the package slmdm-2.6.X.tar.gz from smartlink.

    The instructions provided with this package indicate that to use the scripts you should simply cd to /lib/modules/<kernel-version>/misc and run the command:

    #modprobe slamrmo

    I have added the modprobe command (contained in /sbin) to my path so that I can run it from anywhere however I am not able to run the slamrmo module.

    I have tested the modprobe command on other modules in the indicated directory and they work fine, however the slamrmo command results in the following error message:

    "Can't locate module slamrmo!"

    If anybody out there knows why the modprobe command cannot locate the module can you please let me know?

    Thanks

    David

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    Case sensitivity?

    Also, is the slamrmo module in the /lib/modules/<kernel-version/misc folder? (ie, do an ls s* )

    Jason

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    Jaguar,

    Thanks for the info. I have determined that the module exists and have also maintained "case correctness", I am still stuck. If you have any further suggestions they will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
    :?:
    David

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    In the future, a way to find stuff if you know the name of is "find -name" cmd and it accepts wildcards * so you could find the samba configuration file by "find -name smb.conf" .
    Dan

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