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Re: GENERIC kernel "modules" implementation info?

On Mon, 21 Dec 2009, wrote:
> What I'm not getting is that in the GENERIC kernel config, all file
> systems, including ffs, are commented out. I still got the error message
> about not having ffs even though the FFS lkm is in /stand/i386/5.99.22.

Have you installed a new boot loader, using installboot(8)?  New
boot loaders are supposed to know how to load a relevant file-sysetm
module (e.g.  ffs.kmod) in such a way that the kernel can use it
during the boot.  See the 20081122 entry in src/UPDATING.

--apb (Alan Barrett)

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