Re: Question

From: jack (not_at_all.org)
Date: 02/07/04


Date: Sat, 07 Feb 2004 05:43:07 +0100

Me wrote:
> Jibba Jabba wrote:
>
>
>>I keep getting these entries in my /var/log/messages every 5 minutes or
>>so.
>>Can someone help me decipher what this is for? Also, I'm running Redhat
>>7.0.
>>
>>Feb 4 12:28:57 server modprobe: Note: /etc/modules.conf is more recent
>>than /lib/modules/2.2.16-22/modules.dep
>>Feb 4 12:28:57 server modprobe: modprobe: Can't locate module net-pf-10
>>
>>On the server, I only have ncftp, apache, and ssh2 ports open btw.
>
>
> Don't worry, this isn't a security problem. net-pf-10 is the module for
> ipv6. Add the line alias 'net-pf-10 off' to you /etc/modules.conf file.
> As for the first error, I've seen a few postings describing the same
> problem. You might want to check on Google Groups and see if anyone has
> found the solution.
> Shaun

"depmod -a" might help You to get rid of that former one.

Cheers, Jack.

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