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Cant't load net-pf-5 module on RedHat5.1.

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   After I upgraded mu RedHat5.1 to Kernel 2.0.36, I get this message when I boot the LInux Box, can't find net-pf-5 module. What is this??
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It's a module for appeltalk. If you use appletalk mabe you have forgotten to do a make modules && make modules_install after you build youre kernel ( and you builded it with appletalk as module)
otherwise put:
 
alias net-pf-5 off

in /etc/conf.modules. or is it /etc/modules.conf

(read the /usr/src/linux/Documentation/modules.txt file)

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