On Sat, Oct 11, 2014 at 04:38:52PM -0500, John A. Wallace wrote:
> > I suspect a module's not enabled in the kernel.
> Although this is clearly a possibility which occurred to me, it may not be
> quite that simple. Also, there are a multitude of modules, any number of which
I don't use Gentoo, but I build and configure my own kernels. There are
quite some options that are named differently between 3.10 and 3.13, you
are very likely to fail in getting a useable kernel with just copying
the config file between versions.
Either configure it entirely from scratch or use some Gentoo default
configuration for 3.13. and apply VServer config stuff afterwards. I
seriously doubt it is a VServer-patch-related problem if lsusb fails.
Why 3.13? It is not maintained anymore, use 3.14 instead.
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