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    SubjectRe: kmod/kerneld
    On Wed, 11 Mar 1998, Garst R. Reese wrote:

    > What do I do with /sbin/kerneld.
    > At present, my rc.S script tests for its presence, and does things if it
    > is present.

    My solution was

    if test `uname -r` == "2.0.33"; then
    /sbin/kerneld
    fi

    This assumes, of course, that you'll never boot into a pre-2.1.90 kernel
    other than 2.0.33.

    > Also, where in the start up scripts should the echos in kmod.txt go?

    You usually won't need them, kmod defaults to reasonable values.
    If you do need to change something, I'd recommend

    if test `uname -r` == "2.0.33"; then
    /sbin/kerneld
    else
    put.the.echos.here
    fi


    LLaP
    bero

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