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Subjectfun or real: proc interface for module handling?
Hello!

I was just joking around here, but what do you think about this idea:

A proc interface for module handling:
/proc/mods/
/proc/mods/<module-name>/<link-to-the-modules-use-us>

So we could try to load a module with
mkdir /proc/mods/ipv6
and remove it and every module which uses us with
rm -r /proc/mods/ipv6

Modul options could be passed my
echo "psmouse_noext=1" > /proc/mods/psmouse/options
which would also make it possible to change module options while running..

It's just an idea, perhaps someone likes this..
perhaps if there is enough feedback I even could think about
implementing it.


Greetings'

Nico

ps: please CC, the majordomo isn't answering my subscribe requests..

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