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Bug#156930: modconf: new status character to show installed failed

Package: modconf
Version: 0.2.43
Severity: wishlist

   Hi folks,

   Modconf uses the characters '+' and '-' to show the status of the
modules. I suggest using a new char '*' to indicate the following
situation (example):

   1 - I have a ne2k-pci in the machine, so I install module "ne2k-pci"
   2 - The status character shows '+' to indicate a sucessfull
   3 - The next time a boot the machine, it will show '+' and load the
module automatically
   4 - I shutdown the machine and remove the ne2k card
   5 - The boot tries to load the module but fails. In this situation,
I'd like modconf to show '*' (or other symbol) in the status.


-- System Information
Debian Release: 3.0
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux mantis 2.2.20cbq-transproxy #1 Qui Ago 8 16:28:15 BRT 2002 i686
Locale: LANG=pt_BR, LC_CTYPE=pt_BR

Versions of packages modconf depends on:
ii  modutils                     2.4.15-1    Linux module utilities.
ii  whiptail                     0.50.17-9.6 Displays user-friendly dialog boxe
ii  whiptail [whiptail-provider] 0.50.17-9.6 Displays user-friendly dialog boxe

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