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Old 02-16-04, 07:49 AM   #6
kgroombr
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My first solution was that I put a line in my rc.local to load it.

My second solution was that I then created an entry in the modprobe.preload. I left it like this.

I looked for some good documentation on the new modprobe.conf file format and also on modprobe.preload. Anybody know of a link that descibes all the possible modprobe.* files and their formats?

Thanks,
Ken
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