On 06/22/2003 02:51:07 PM Bruce Smith wrote:
>> > Nope. This is a real PC, not VMware. I just followed these steps=
>> > Fresh reboot with config on USB. (loads fine).
>> > ssh into the PC, run save-config, wants to save to floppy, ctrl-C
>> > unplug USB, plug in USB memory stick.
>> > run lsmod - no usb modules listed.
>> > run save-config - still wants to save to floppy - ctrl-C.
>> It works for me in VMWare and on *real* PCs. Is this a fairly new
>It's a HP Celeron 500.
>> > Maybe you need to leave the modules for the USB core/controller?
>> > I _think_ that's how Redhat does it, and they use hotplug.
>> That was causing problems. Looks like I have to force a re-load of t=
>> modules in the boot script.
>What exactly is "hotplug"?
>Is it a process that should be running? (it's not)
I didn't really figure out how it works, I guess for that I would actua=
have to read documentation.... ;-)
My understanding is that it registered scripts which are called from th=
Kernel (???) when something changes.
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