Subject: Re: LKM support
To: Michael Graff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Matthias Scheler <email@example.com>
Date: 11/05/1996 22:43:28
Michael Graff said:
> > It's not the problem to code this into some shell commands. I've added
> > a loading loop to "rc.local" myself because I don't want to change
> > "rc". And the problem with generic module loading support for "rc" is how
> > to determine what to load when because modules can't be loaded before "/usr"
> > and "/var" are mounted.
> Right, same here. I choose rc.flame though, since I really want my
> own config files. :)
With this everybody-hacks-its-own-rc-files-method we will end in a mess
Maybe we should just replace "mount -a -t nonfs" by "mount -a -t ufs"
and the "mount -a -t nfs" by a "mount -a -t noufs". Of course the
modules should be loaded somewhere between these two instructions.