Re: Jmicron363 r4 ETCH
Am Samstag, 21. April 2007 06:29 schrieb Onzone:
> Hi All,
> Can some please help me with this issue, debian or should i say the
> kernel, has a bug in it.
> On boot some times it will load the jmicron361 driver and will not pick
> up my IDE drive and somes time on boot it will load the correct driver
> jmicron363 and does pick up the IDE drive.
> Can some please give me the command to load the driver (jmicron363) on
> boot so i can place the command in the modules list?
> Thank you.
Just load it with "modprobe jmicron363"
But I think, it is better, to build a kernel with built in module. So how will
you load a module from drive, if you cannot access it ?
I had the same problem with a DAC390-SCSI-module in the past: I built a kernel
with the module compiled in and my problems were gone.
Another way is to use modconf. It my personal preferred way. With modconf you
can easily load and unload modules with a nice ncurses GUI.
All post installed modules will automatically be inserted in /etc/modules.conf
Just try the way, you prefer.
Good luck !