Re: Console error messages on start up.
Date: Tue, 08 Jun 2004 21:23:41 +1000
On Tue, 08 Jun 2004 12:13:11 +0200, matthieu imbert wrote:
> this is not really the kernel that tries to load these modules. This is
> the startup scripts that try to load them. Usually, linux distributions
> come with startup scripts that try to probe for your hardware, and then
> automatically load the corresponding modules. This assumes that the
> drivers are compiled as modules rather than included in the kernel. So
> you can - edit the startup scripts to force them to not load these
> modules - recompile your kernel and enable these drivers as modules
> rather than included in the kernel
Do I really need my start up scripts to probe my hardware?
Should I load the modules manually myself or compile them into the kernel.
Debian seems to use a script called discover to probe hardware.
Do I really need to run discover on startup?
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