RE: Debian RC2 on an IBM ThinkPad 600e
Ahh! a clue... discover... I haven't played with that at all...
I blacklisted in hotplug for the record, I am familiar with the legacy
modules stuff but am trying to covert my way of thinking to the new way,
so my /etc/modules is empty and /etc/modules.conf is created via
I'll check discover when I get home to play with it.
From: Frans Pop [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 12:57 PM
Subject: Re: Debian RC2 on an IBM ThinkPad 600e
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On Tuesday 23 November 2004 16:58, Eric van der Paardt wrote:
> How can I get it to QUIT loading cs46xx on boot up, I've tried
> blacklisting it... but it loads before that apparently... when I do a
> lspci the audio card is identified incorrectly (as a PCI card, even
> though I've been told it is an ISA card). The card is NOT PNP... I
> I probably could just rename the .ko, but I'm trying to actually
> understand how the boot process works.
Where did you blacklist it? Hotplug or discover?
If you are running both, you may need to blacklist in both.
Also check /etc/modules.
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