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SubjectRe: What is /boot/modules-info
On Tue, 16 Oct 2001, Alan Cox wrote:

> > On 15 Oct 2001 12:40:53 -0700,
> > Mark Atwood <> wrote:
> > >I've been doing some online searching, and the best I can find is it
> > >is an exampe of a RPM resource, and no one can figure out what it's
> > >for.
> >
> > A Redhat'ism, nothing in the standard kernel or modutils uses it. Ask RH.
> Its a table of drivers, arguments to the module etc for common modules,
> used by the various config tools to help guide installs etc

Is there any way to regenerate it for non redhat kernels?

......Tom Dysfunction The Only Consistent Feature of All of Your Dissatisfying Relationships is You.

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