Re: Bug#4764: ELKS should not use /etc/init.d just to load a module
> ELKS like dosemu uses this technology to be independent of the kernel
> version. Otherwise I have to compile ELKS for each kernel
That is not only wrong but also hazardous!
1. Kernel modules are always kernel dependant unless the kernel and the
modules are compiled with CONFIG_MODVERSIONS=y.
2. Unconditionally pushing a module into kernel space may have damaging
Currently the stock Debian kernel is compiled without CONFIG_MODVERSIONS
(which should be changed ASAP!), meaning that every maintainer suppling
kernel modules is _REQUIRED_ to recompile his package each time the kernel
Because of that i will reopen the bug. In addition i will file bug-reports
for the kernel and dosemu as well.
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