Re: modules.conf equivalence for non-modules
Abdul Latip <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I would like to know where to get information about how to make
> aliases like in /etc/modules.conf for non modules (i.e. compiled
> in the kernel).
Mostly you don't; the only way to configure drivers built into the
kernel is by passing the right command-line options to the kernel
(generally on your 'kernel' line in your GRUB configuration, or with
an 'append=' line in the LILO configuration file).
What are you actually trying to do? Aliases are generally used to
mean "when foo service is required, load bar driver", which isn't
meaningful for things built into the kernel.
David Maze email@example.com http://people.debian.org/~dmaze/
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