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Re: insmod in /etc/module file?

On Mon, Jun 03, 2002 at 08:33:39AM -0400, Jule Slootbeek wrote:
> >> Hey i'm trying to add : "insmod ide-scsi" during start-up do i put
> >> this in the "/etc/modules file"?

> OK thanks, i just wasnt sure if running insmod "ide-scsi" was the same
> as running "modprobe ide-scsi", cuz i knew that modprobe ide-scsi qould
> go in "/etc/modules/

simply put the modules name into /etc/modules. you can (should) left out
modprobe/insmod statements.

so just


into /etc/modules. the module will be loaded automatically on startup,
if there isn't any mapping for a device nor autodetection of the module.

modutils should automagically search for the correct path/version of the
module, corresponding to your kernel.

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