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Bug#235107: In fact you can

> And even more, once discover2 will replace discover1, it will
> work flawless with 2.4 and 2.6 kernel, and you can't do that with
> /etc/modules

If fact you can, by using aliases instead of modules names in /etc/modules. 
These aliases may be defined differently in /etc/modutils/ for 2.4 
and /etc/modprobe.d/ for 2.6

However, it is somewhat strange way :).

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