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#1 2004-02-27 22:13:13

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Modules in /etc/rc.conf not listed in ..lsmod

big_smile  smile   /etc/modules.conf also has alias for the modules missing in lsmod.

    Cannot find ohci..uhci..ohci-hcd...uhci-hcd listed in ...lsmod.

    What causes this?


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#2 2004-03-05 13:23:19

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Re: Modules in /etc/rc.conf not listed in ..lsmod

hotplug maybe is what will solve your question. it automatically loads the modules needed tongue if you don't want them (or want to load some other too) try editing the MODULES array in /etc/rc.conf

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#3 2004-03-05 16:08:07

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Re: Modules in /etc/rc.conf not listed in ..lsmod

well i think that one or both are BUILT IN to the kernel so they will NOT show in lsmod. please check your kernel config file in abs or kconfig (i think) in /boot.  when something is built in it ain't a module.


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#4 2004-03-05 23:00:28

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Re: Modules in /etc/rc.conf not listed in ..lsmod

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   Listing in kernelconfig:


# USB Host Controller Drivers
#
CONFIG_USB_EHCI_HCD=m
CONFIG_USB_UHCI_ALT=y
CONFIG_USB_OHCI=m
CONFIG_USB_SL811HS_ALT=m
# CONFIG_USB_SL811HS is not set

#


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#5 2004-03-06 10:38:45

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Re: Modules in /etc/rc.conf not listed in ..lsmod

UHCI is in the kernel
EHCI and OHCI are modules. and these are loaded while booting. (so it seems in your case)
if you don't want that go to /etc/rc.conf and put them with an ! (eg. !module)

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#6 2004-03-06 11:50:28

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Re: Modules in /etc/rc.conf not listed in ..lsmod

zep is right Hotplug loads what in needs but there may be a permissions issue.......

What kernel are you using?


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#7 2004-03-06 17:29:48

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Re: Modules in /etc/rc.conf not listed in ..lsmod

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   The kernel being pursued is 2.6.3 because it has been hyped as USB2.0 compatible... lol  References in googling say it has problems in usb-storage lol  lol

   Please advise how to enable IEEE1394 in kernel 2.6.3 which has a dearth of info on the net.....

  My latest post #33 refers to the data obtained from running :

      tail -f /var/log/messages

  The result doesn't indicate  any useful info for finding the solution.  I just ran into a brick wall and suspect that my external HDD is incompatible with the kernel in 2.0.

   I'd like to try IEEE1394 which is available in the HDD as well.

   So how do I get that started?


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#8 2004-03-06 18:00:35

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Re: Modules in /etc/rc.conf not listed in ..lsmod

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   The evidence says the ehci-hcd package is in the kernel.

    How can I search the system and find evidence it really is loaded in the kernel? (not just referenced in kconfig).


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#9 2004-03-07 06:04:04

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Re: Modules in /etc/rc.conf not listed in ..lsmod

ehci is a module (as indicated by the "m"), therefore you would have to specifically load the module at boot (or by modprobing after boot).  same with ohci.


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#10 2004-03-07 06:24:01

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Re: Modules in /etc/rc.conf not listed in ..lsmod

big_smile  smile Sarah;

   I took your reference to the kconfig literally in a previous post.  Therefore the data that is provide a few posts back was from that ...kconfig....file.  That file is for kernel 2.4 not the 2.6.3 kernel I am using.  I have both in root / boot  and I selected the kconfig  to comply with your direction.   The 2.6.3 file is kconfig26.

    I am sorry for the confusion this has created because the 2.6.3 kernel has a different utilization of the usb elements .  Ehci is loaded by the kernel.  I was asking how to verify that it was indeed loaded...wwhere does it reside so I can check it?  I have found all other elements but that one.


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#11 2004-03-07 06:53:26

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Re: Modules in /etc/rc.conf not listed in ..lsmod

i assume it would be listed in if you ran :

cat /proc/bus/usb/devices


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