> (Without really looking into the udebs:) The socal module should be > included in the installer. But according to the help to the module in > the kernel config you'll probably need the microcode from the Solaris > driver to make it work. YOu probably want to open a shell and try to > modprobe -r scocal and modprobe socal again, have a look if you see any > error messages, also check the output of dmesg.
~ # modprobe socal FATAL: Module socal not found. Modprobe can't find it to load it. Nothing in dmesg. Nothing in /lib/modules *soc*. It's just not included in the lenny installers. Which seems silly. Which is why I'm being a pita. :) For what it's worth, when I hand-built kernels, my socal drivers worked just fine built off a generic source tree. So the kernel config help about the driver may not be entirely correct. Bernd, thanks for the suggestions. De -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]