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Re: (Sarge) Where is module loading controlled?

On Tue, 2004-04-06 at 08:40, David Nusinow wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 06, 2004 at 08:15:25AM +0200, Svante Signell wrote:
> > I cannot find anything in /etc/modules or /etc/modules.conf (except the
> > alsa modules). Where is the loading of these modules controlled?
> > Please Cc: me since I'm not subscribed currently (too high traffic, it
> > usually overflows my mailbox at my ISP)
> This is handled by the discover program. You can edit /etc/discover.conf
> to disable loading of specific modules if you want, such as the OSS
> ones.
>  - David Nusinow
Thanks for your info. However, I do not find anything specific wrt to
the audio drivers in /etc/discover.conf (from the discover package). 

Wait, perhaps maybe the last row is suspicious: boot all
(can anybody explain what happens with this command?)

# Enable the PCI, USB, IDE, and SCSI bus scans:
enable pci,usb,ide,scsi
# Enable the PCMCIA scan too:
enable pcmcia
# The ISA bus scan causes problems on some machines, and is slow,
# so we might not want to scan these devices:
enable isa
# The parallel and serial scans cause problems on some machines too:
disable parallel,serial
# Scan for the following types of hardware at boot time:
#boot bridge cdrom disk ethernet ide scsi sound usb video
boot all

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