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Sat Mar 20 08:50:40 PST 2004
Cory Petkovsek wrote:
>On Fri, Mar 19, 2004 at 09:48:58PM -0800, Don W. Jenkins wrote:
>>I am in the process of working through getting a Prism 2.5 wireless PCI card
>>configured, and one of the things it asks for is some editing in the
>>rc.local file, which I don't have at the moment. Where do I put it when I
>>create it? In my own $USER directory, or? It is to pass some module stuff
>>to the kernel at boot-up.
>Not in $USER nor $HOME which is probably what you mean.
>rc.local goes somewhere under /etc, depending on your distro. However if the
>if you just need to load a module it may be better placed in another file,
>rather than rc.local. For instance on debian it would be in /etc/modules.
>Gentoo has /etc/modules.autoload (IIRC) and Fedora... we'll I've been putting
>stuff in /etc/modprobe.conf with a 2.6 kernel, as I haven't figured out where
>else to stick it. Can anyone say where the default place to load kernel
>modules is on redhat or fedora?
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