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SubjectRe: kernel boot order
I reffer to the various modules that are linked directly linked into the
kernel; that are set to y in make config.

On Sat, 14 Feb 2004, Armen Kaleshian wrote:

> What do you mean by what parts? The kernel enables your system devices, and then
> other services are started based on what you have specified to start at the run
> level you've set the machine to boot to.
>
> Please clarify your question so that I may better answer it.
>
> --Armen
>
> On Fri, Feb 13, 2004 at 10:39:11PM -0500, ameer armaly wrote:
> : Hi all.
> : What determines the order in which parts of the kernel are loaded? Is it
> : in main.c or omsething like that or is it in the link order, or something
> : totally different.
> : Please reply privately to me at ameer@charter.net since I can't handle 300
> : msgs a day.
> : Thanks,
> :
> :
> :
> : Ameer
> :
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