Bug#36070: Modules options are in middle of /etc/conf.modules
reassign 36070 modconf
On Wed, Apr 14, 1999 at 07:45:11PM +0200, Javier Fernandez-Sanguino Pen~a wrote:
> Package: boot-floppies
> Version: Debian 2.1 official CD's
> Priority: wishlist
> Please, do not let either the installation nor the 'modconfig'
> program write options in the middle of the /etc/conf.modules file, they
> are easier to see if they are placed in the end of the file (and easier to
> parse to see any problems with them)
It's just modconf both times, and it doesn't write to conf.modules .
Currently (with slink modutils) conf.modules is automatically generated
by update-modules. modconf just writes to a file on /etc/modutils , and
update-modules builds conf.modules merging those /etc/modutils/* files.
The only way to make sure that modconf-generated lines are placed in the
end of the file is by writing them to a file named "zzzzzzzzz" (and they
would be at the end only if the user doesn have a "zzzzzzzzzz" file, or a
file using some symbols on its name). :-)
I'm not sure about what to do with this bug... should I reassign it to
modutils? Should modconf write to that "z..." file?
Enrique Zanardi email@example.com