Marco d'Itri wrote: > The upstream maintainers decided that in the future the files in > /etc/modprobe.d/ will be processed only if they have a .conf suffix. > The latest module-init-tool release complains loudly for each one and > still processes them, but this will change. Any idea when the warning will be dropped? IMO the warning, and support for files without .conf, should be kept active in Debian at least until after the release of Squeeze as users may have added local modprobe.d files without a .conf extention. In that case the first time they would see any warnings would be during a lenny to squeeze upgrade. Cheers, FJP
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