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SubjectRe: module-init-tools don't support gzipped modules.
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In message <20030730101518.GL4279@louise.pinerecords.com> you write:
> > [ml@basmevissen.nl]
> >
> > >The possibility of compressing the modules is interesting, like for
> > >example in cases of construction of small systems or initrd.
> >
> > In both cases, you might use a compressed file system. Maybe you better
> > try to save memory and disk space by compressing less critical stuff
> > than kernel modules.
>
> It's a valid feature request nonetheless.

I agree, but I believe almost anything is a valid feature request.

I don't want to require zlib, though. The modutils I have (Debian)
doesn't support it, either.

It's fairly trivial patch, which probably is best as an add-on (which
I think RH do?

Rusty.
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