Also sprach Vojtech Pavlik:
} On Mon, Feb 14, 2000 at 10:24:50AM -0500, Paul Barton-Davis wrote:
} > Ah, stupid me. I had compiled a kernel without CONFIG_KMOD, which
} > prevents on-demand loading of modules. still, there should really be a
} > check in the config stuff to prevent you from asking for PPP as a
} > module if CONFIG_KMOD is not set. Unlike some other modularized code,
} > PPP clearly does not work as a module without KMOD.
} No, PPP works fine without KMOD. There is a bug in linux/kmod.h, that it
} uses an (in that context) undefined -ENOACCES macro. What's needed is
} either to use a number (-1) there, or #include <linux/errno.h>.
Hardcoded numbers bad...
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