[ltp] something for the experts

André Wyrwa linux-thinkpad@linux-thinkpad.org
Thu, 13 Nov 2003 13:40:47 +0100

> > 1. Even though I thought i solved this problem, it turned out, I didn't:
> >    When trying to mount drives as user, which require kernel modules to
> >    be modprobed, they don't get modprobed automatically (namely the ones
> >    needed to enable scsi-ide emulation). Modprobe seems not even to be
> >    called by the kernel. When doing it as root everything works fine.
> >    Any ideas?
> do cat /proc/sys/kernel/modprobe, see if it's /sbin/modprobe?

Yes, it's there, it wouldn't work as root if the entry would be
missin/wrong. Also it has nothing to do with fstab since also i.e.
cat /dev/scd0
has the same problem.

Permissions of the nodes are ok.

BTW: My kernel is 2.4.22-ck2 . (GSecurity features are all disabled.)