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 NFS into my active kernel
Author: Gil 
Date:   12-12-00 03:15

is there a way I can insert NFS into my active kernel without recompiling?

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 Re: NFS into my active kernel
Author: Don Brearley 
Date:   12-12-00 17:58


Gil,

Find nfs.ko and put it in your /modules directory. If you recently
used the GENERIC kernel, then you can copy it from /modules.old

# cp /modules.old/nfs.ko /modules

Then:

# kldload nfs.ko

done.

Hope that helped.

- Don Brearley

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 Re: NFS into my active kernel
Author: Don Brearley 
Date:   12-12-00 17:59


Woah. Your on the bridge?

I live in hibbing too!

- Don

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 Re: NFS into my active kernel
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   12-12-00 23:25

AFAIK, NFS is supported by the GENERIC kernel.

see /etc/defaults/rc.conf for options which you can copy to /etc.rc.conf

Also, you can enable NFS using /stand/sysinstall. From memory, go to Configure, and I think it's under network or startup.

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