On 28 Jan 00 at 11:02, David Ronis wrote:
> I recently upgraded from .13 to .14 and noticed that IPX was no longer
> automatically loading itself. I do this with a script appended below
> (this script hasn't changed in years). When I run the script I get:
> /usr/bin/ipx_configure: socket: Invalid argument
It is good idea to replace line
alias net-pf-4 off
alias net-pf-4 ipx
in your /etc/conf.modules and/or /etc/modules.conf. As alternative
you can add 'insmod ipx' into your startup script...
> ncpmount: Could not alloc IPX socket. Probably no IPX support in kernel when trying to find OMC
> There is nothing in any of the system logs.
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