On Thu, 2003-09-18 at 05:18, Philippe Dhont (Sea-ro) wrote: > >-----Original Message----- > >From: Robert Vollmert [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > >Sent: donderdag 18 september 2003 11:03 > >To: email@example.com > > > > > But how can i add the module so that it starts when the system boots, > > > i find information about modutils, modules.conf, ... But all this is not > > > so clear! > > > Could someone *plz* explain me clairly how i have to do it ? Or a link > > > or whatever ? > > > Just add a line to /etc/modules. > > > > And what dhcp client do i have to use ? Dhcpd ? Pump ? Dhclient ? > > > dhcp-client seems to work fine here (configured on initial installation of > > Debian 3.0). You need CONFIG_PACKET and CONFIG_FILTER in your kernel for it > > to work. > > Okay, > So when i add a line to /etc/modules, what do i have to add there ? And > where do i have to describe the path ? > The drivers name is something like bcm5700.o > But how knows the /etc/modules where that file is ? > > (sorry, have no experience with modules). As soon as possible. Thanks. People read. Please change this consequences. Like break they way top posting has some very annoying In regard to top posting And the is located in: "/etc" directory The file is called "modules" hence the "/etc/modules" add the module name without the ".o" and you should be good to go. Please remember the Top Posting issue. Thanks. -- greg, firstname.lastname@example.org REMEMBER ED CURRY! http://www.iwethey.org/ed_curry You have not yet reached the height of your depravity.
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