Jay Jacobson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 11 Jan 1998 02:11:29 -0700 (MST)
Two things come to mind -- first the proper command should be 'insmod ez'
-- not 'insmod ez.o'. Secondly (I had a similar problem), if your kernel
is configured to load the lp (printer) module (or if lp is compiled
directly into the kernel) you need to turn it off. If it is a module, just
type 'rmmod lp'. If it is compiled in, add 'lp=0' to your append
statements in /etc/lilo.conf. If you do not have any existing append
statements, add the line 'append="lp=0"' to /etc/lilo.conf.
- J a y J a c o b s o n
- Network Engineer, ISP -- 602.303.9500 -- 888.Good.Net
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On Sat, 10 Jan 1998, Alex Bartonek wrote:
|I have compiled the EZ.C source, but when I do a insmod ez.o it tells me
|Initialization of ez failed
|Any reason why?
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