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SubjectRe: Load kernel module automatically
On Thu, Jun 06, 2002 at 05:16:48AM -0400, Mark Hounschell wrote:
> That isn't the case. There is no /etc/modules file on any Linux box I've
> ever used. My network driver modules are loaded automatically by the kernel's
> internal module loader "kmod" because the are set up correctly in /etc/modules.conf.
>
> "alias eth0 3c905"
>
> ALL device driver modules can be set up to load automatacally by "kmod".

That I didn't know. However, I have a computer with four network cards
in it. Since they are numbered dynamicaly, loading modules in different
order results in different numbering of devices. How do I assure that
upon request for eg. eth2 the loaded module is assigned eth2?


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