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Re: ncpfs problem

Previously Craig Sanders wrote:
> i've noticed that with 2.1.x/2.2.x kernels it doesn't make any real
> difference whether you have "auto" commented out in /etc/modules or not.
> modules still get autoloaded by the kernel as needed.

Indeed. What auto did was start kerneld earlier in the boot process. But
with current kernels kerneld has been replaced with a kernel thread
called kmod. And of course that is started when the kernel initializes..


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