Le dimanche 22 octobre 2006 16:43, cothrige a écrit : > * Tim Post (email@example.com) wrote: > > Hello Tim, > > [snip] > > > Then make your initrd if needed and tweak as needed, verify /etc/modules > > is what you want it to be and you should be good to go. Cross your > > fingers and reboot. > > This makes me think. Recently I have gotten in the habit, after > installing the kernel and all the associated parts, of running > generate-modprobe.conf to get all the modules covered. But, it seems > that there is no modprobe.conf in Debian, and so I wonder if there is > a similar tool or method to generate the information covering the > modules? Before I ran this I would have to really hunt around to > cover the alsa stuff and so on, and so it was a nice shortcut. This modprobe.conf is modularized in several files (you can add one) in /etc/modprobe.d/.
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