I get the following error at the end of "apt-get install autosf" ...
Starting automounter: loading autofs4 kernel module,FATAL: Could not load /lib/modules/126.96.36.199/modules.dep: No such file or directory
no automount maps defined.
Processing triggers for libc6 ...
ldconfig deferred processing now taking place
Installing autosf was taking place immediately after the following "restart from scratch" steps:
1- install ubuntu 9.04 with ESIA, boot from sd card, used "uImage" and "modules" files from 188.8.131.52, evrything went fine.
2- disconnect plug power cable
3- disconnect serial cable
4- remove usb DOK
5- connect ethernet to router
6- reconnect plug power cable
7- wait 1-2 minutes
8- open SSH connection
9- login with root/nosoup4u
10- apt-get update
11- apt-get install nano
12- apt-get install samba
13- modifying smb.conf as per wiki instructions to add a shares
14- reload samba
15- change the name in the /etc/hostname
16- apt-get install autofs
...and then get the error message previously mentioned.
Later I found (in fact rooster did...) "autofs.ko" and "autofs4.ko" in your modules tarball on "http://sheeva.with-linux.com/sheeva/
", respectively in "sheeva-184.108.40.206-Modules.tar.gz\sheeva-220.127.116.11-Modules.tar\.\lib\modules\18.104.22.168\kernel\fs\autofs\" and "....\autofs4\"
Now my question is : Since those modules are part of the same kernel package I used, are they not supposed to be installed? Why can't apt-get find it? Should I copy paste the .ko files manually somewhere?
Please dont tell me I have to "compile" something, I would rather go hang myself ;-)
If its not plain copy-paste for me to do, would you consider adding the modules in a not too far future?
Thanks a lot,