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Subject[OT] Re: LILO calling modprobe?
>     cache_add("/dev/hda",0x300);
> for (i = 1; i <= 8; i++) {
> sprintf(tmp,"/dev/hda%d",i);
> cache_add(tmp,0x300+i);
>
> Before doing anything LILO v21 collects the hda, hdb, sda, sdb info.
> There is no problem, certainly no kernel problem.

Sure it isn't a problem, but it's really annoying if it won't need to
touch hda anyway.

Is there a reason that it does this?
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