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Re: Do I want NFS in the kernel?

On Fri, Jul 05, 2002 at 08:18:21PM -0700, nate wrote:
> <quote who="David De Graff">
> > Thanks, Nate.
> >
> > Two follow-up questions:
> >
> > - Can I turn off the NFS server module so that it doesn't load at boot
> > time (then change that setting when I'm ready to use it)?
> from what i can tell, at least on the 2.2 kernel you can compile
> it as a module and load it/unload it as you like(I have not
> tried this). I don't have any 2.4.x based systems but I imagine
> the situation is the same.
 Yes for 2.4 too.
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