Bug#68496: modconf: when arguments have been given to configure a module, it is not possible anymore to try to load this module without arguments
The boot disks use modconf to select the appropriate modules.
When installing the Test 3 CD-ROM, I tried to use modconf to set up
the lp.o module.
I used the default suggested arguments io=0 irq=0.
It didn't work.
After loading other necessary modules, I couldn't anymore
load lp.o, as there was no way to remove parameters :
Entering nothing at the prompt still kept the previous
parameters. Entering spaces had the same effect.
The only way to remove all parameters is to remove :
-- System Information
Debian Release: 2.2
Kernel Version: Linux tigreraye 2.2.17 #1 Sun Jun 25 09:24:41 EST 2000 i686 unknown
Versions of the packages modconf depends on:
ii modutils 2.3.11-8 Linux module utilities.
ii whiptail 0.50-7 Displays user-friendly dialog boxes from she