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Re: Where to put module option in Etch?

On Fri 25 May 2007, Steffen.Pelzetter@nexans.com wrote:
> So I made a test :
> rmmod tulip
> modprobe  tulip options=5
> The driver is loaded with 100 FDX and the performance is as expected.
> Now I want to give the option value to the driver at boot time.
> I was suprised that I couldn't find a /etc/modules.conf. So I searched 
> again at the web
> and found that the modules configuration is changed to /etc/modprobe.d.
> I looked to that folder but I couldn't find nowhere information about my 
> tulip driver.
> So my question is : Where is my tulip driver configured, that I can put 
> the option value? 

This isn't really an alpha-specific question, as the modprobe stuff is
the same whatever debian platform you use...

You can simply put:
options tulip options=5
in any (new) file under /etc/modprobe.d/ (I'd suggest

Paul Slootman

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