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RE: modules.conf vs conf.modules

> Can anyone verify that this is the case? Add any info? Which should I
> use on my system? Do I have a choice? Is there a plain-english ("for
> dummies") page somewhere that explains how modules work (modutils vs
> /etc/modules vs kmod vs kerneld vs conf.modules vs modules.conf vs
> /etc/modutils/ vs auto vs specific items in /etc/modules vs compile-in
> vs Godzilla vs Buck Rogers in the 23rd Century)?

update-modules is the key component.  Documentation for Debian and modules can
be found in the package supplying it: modutils.  Look in

$ dpkg -S /sbin/update-modules
modutils: /sbin/update-modules

After digesting that, feel free to ask for more info.

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