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Re: Handling /etc/modprobe.d and module load order

Michael Biebl <email <at> michaelbiebl.de> writes:

> Am 13.09.2012 22:53, schrieb Ben Hutchings:


> > Don't ever touch /etc/modules, that's for the user/administrator.  You
> > can load modules from an init script if there is really no better way.
> You can use a modules-load.d file [1]. While the idea originally comes
> from systemd, it has also been implemented in the kmod (f.n.a.
> module-init-tools) package.

Thanks. Looks like this is only implemented in the newer debian systems

Couldn't find it in squeeze.

> Cheers,
> Michael
> [1] http://0pointer.de/public/systemd-man/modules-load.d.html

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