Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 151235
ds.ko is missing from modules.cgz
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:01 EST
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Description of problem:
When doing an install that requires PCMCIA (e.g. network install with PCMCIA network card) anaconda tries to load PCMCIA modules (pcmcia_core.ko, rsrc_nonstatic.ko, yenta_socket.ko, ds.ko) but ds.ko is not found in modules.cgz
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Start the installation and select an installation method that requires the PCMCIA subsystem
Actual Results: The logs in the ALT+F3 console show:
* module(s) ds not found
I found that network install using a PCMCIA NIC is *impossible*, probably due to
this bug. The installer prompts to select NIC drivers, which it didn't in FC3.
Then, when I select the card I have, it doesn't enable PCMCIA (the card is dead
as observed on the switch) and the install fails.
It looks like the way PCMCIA works in the kernel has changed somewhat significantly.
Peter can you track down how the modules have changed and adjust our stuff in
the loader accordingly.
Hopefully fixed in current CVS; should be in tomorrow's rawhide.