[jp] Sync problems

Peter Jay Salzman p at dirac.org
Wed Nov 22 21:57:18 EST 2006


On Wed 22 Nov 06,  8:50 PM, Donn Washburn <n5xwb at hal-pc.org> said:
> Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > On Wed 22 Nov 06,  7:26 PM, Donn Washburn <n5xwb at hal-pc.org> said:
> >> You may have just reminded me why mine has been failing -> "visor"
> >> "lsmod | grep visor" showed nothing.  Thanks for the reminder.
> > 
> > You can check to see if it's built directly into the kernel (as opposed to a
> > loadable module) with:
> > 
> >    $  zcat /proc/config.gz | grep -i visor
> > 
> > Pete
>
> Neat thing is you pointed out another way to for a problem.
> I am running a home built custom non SuSE kernel - it also has 
> "CONFIG_SYS_HYPERVISOR=m"
> 
> Yes it is part of SuSE10.1 kernel modules.  However, as usual they 
> didn't put "visor" in /etc/modprobe.conf.  I fought this problem about 5 
> years ago and just forgot it.
 
What is hypervisor?  Never heard of it!

Pete

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