Originally Posted by khseal
My English is very bad. =)
I realized what was causing the problem and fix it.
I need a module usb-storage.ko. I think it is enough only this module. I hope that in the firmware is a function depmod. If you can get it that would be good. I tried to compile the kernel but still did not succeed.
[root@kindle root]# what
[root@kindle root]# depmod --help
depmod 3.2.2 -- part of module-init-tools
depmod -[aA] [-n -e -v -q -V -r -u]
[-b basedirectory] [forced_version]
depmod [-n -e -v -q -r -u] [-F kernelsyms] module1.o module2.o ...
If no arguments (except options) are given, "depmod -a" is assumed
depmod will output a dependancy list suitable for the modprobe utility.
-a, --all Probe all modules
-n, --show Write the dependency file on stdout only
-V, --version Print the release version
-h, --help Print this usage message
The following options are useful for people managing distributions:
--basedir basedirectory Use an image of a module tree.
--filesyms kernelsyms Use the file instead of the
current kernel symbols.
So depmod is there
[root@kindle root]# which depmod
Will shove this usb module on the list of stuff "to do".
(after we get the general dithering targets completed for X)