Re: Why are modules and modules.conf not versioned?
Eric Richardson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The background to this question is based on the fact that different
> versions of kernels such as 2.2.x and 2.4.x and also different custom
> kernels have different module requirements therefore switching between
> them is not seemless in the current system. I currently use woody.
> Hopefully this message is not totally off base.
There is no real need to version modules.conf or the files in
| if `kernelversion` == 2.2
| elseif `kernelversion` == 2.4
works and should work on non-Debian systems, too. You can use `uname
-r` if you have to match the exact version.