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    SubjectRe: Load kernel module automatically

    On 2002.06.06 Alan Cox wrote:
    >On Wed, 2002-06-05 at 23:23, Oliver Wegner wrote:
    >> all i wanted to point out was that it doesnt seem to be distribution
    >> independent as someone had stated before because that file /etc/modules
    >> for example doesnt exist under SuSE. i wasnt asking anything about it
    >> myself.
    >>
    >> anyway i will be able to find out that information if i need to sometime.
    >> thanks.
    >
    >modules.conf is the standard name for it. A long time ago it was
    >sometimes called conf.modules.
    >

    Usually there is an rc script called /etc/rc.d/rc.modules. It
    can load modules directly (perhaps this is the case on SuSE and RH),
    or it reads the list of modules to load from an independent file
    (/etc/modules in Mandrake, for example). In the first case you add
    the 'modprobe xxxx' directly in the rc script, and in the second you
    just add 'xxxx' in /etc/modules, so you do not modify a system file
    and rpm is happy about .rpmnew files.

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