SUMMARY: problem loading a kernel mod (from ttywatcher)

Date: Thu Feb 24 2000 - 16:28:20 CST

I have solved the problem myself... a case of RTFM... which I thought I
did but didn't read close enough. I was reading the section for SunOS 4.x
instead of 5.x. DOH!

The error came from using mod_load (as directed by the instructions - but
the wrong section) instead of add_drv... according to mod_load man pages,
add_drv is the right way to do it.

Sorry to waste you time...

Original post:

Anyone have experience installing ttywatcher in a Solaris 2.6 environment
on an Ultra-1 SPARC?

I'm using gcc to compile and that works fine. When I go to the
"make doit" step which loads the kernel module, I get this error:

can't load module: Out of memory or no room in system tables
*** Error code 28

So, at the very least, does anyone know what this error is coming from?

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