On Mon, Mar 11, 2002 at 11:55:34AM -0800, Terry Lambert wrote:
> This means that it's trying to register a driver with a
> subsystem that has not yet been initialized.  You probably
> need to split it off, and initialize it seperately ysing a
> trouble doing this, let me know, and I can take a look at
> it for you (it's going to be a bit of a pain if it's allowed
> to be loaded later; if so, the easiest thing to do is to
> simply load it later, e.g. in /etc/rc.local).

Hmm.  AFAIK, All I did was to add the PERFMON driver to the kernel
configuration file, and when I compiled and installed the kernel, and
booted ofcourse, it came up with the error.

> Because Realtek adapters with that chipset are known to
> have problems with autoselect.  The easiest fix is to
> ignore it (if you don't have problems) or specify the
> settings on the ifconfig line (if you do).

Already done. Thanks. :)  Also, I am going to CC the ACPI stuff to
Mike Smith sometime today (after I eat). :)


Hiten Pandya
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