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Robert83
Hi,

by default CONFIG_TUN = m and CONFIG_BRIDGE = m in the kernel config file.

how can I find out the name of CONFIG_TUN and CONFIG_BRIDGE

so that I can issue a command like modprobe tun (only example, I tried this, not found) and modprobe bridge


please help me.

Sincerely
Robert B
hughesjr
it is, believe it or not, tun and bridge (it doesn't usually work out that easily wink.gif )

they are part of the kernel-unsupported package ... so if :

modinfo tun
modinfo bridge


don't show anything, do:

yum install kernel-unsupported
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