to make a modules.dep, you typically run something like: depmod -a
which will create one for the kernel running only, and put it where it
needs to be. Also, double check your /etc/modules.conf file just to be safe.
On Mon, 18 Jun 2001 sndtrn27@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> hi all
> i have mandrake 7.2 installed (kernel ver: 2.2.17-21mdk). i had patched
> the kernel for TCP connection migration by a patch by snoeren@xxxxxxxxxxx
> the site http://nms.lcs.mit.edu/software/migrate.
> the kernel compiles properply but when booted from this kernel the network
> not come up.
> the error is that no modules.dep
> file is generated.
> if anybody has any solutions please help me out.