Re: loading modules automatically: automating modprobes
- From: marrgol <marspamrgol@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 09 Dec 2009 01:46:43 +0100
On 2009-12-07 01:24, Rahul wrote:
I know how to load modules using modprobe. But these are lost on a
reboot. How does one make this permanant?
In CentOS add your "modprobe modulename" commands to /etc/rc.modules
file. Create it and make executable if it does not exist. But...
e.g. for IPMI I usually load:
How do I make this happen automatically on each reboot? Of course, I can
just put it in some shell init file but that seems like a hack.
for IPMI someone has already hacked it - you should have a service
named ipmi ready to be started manually, and to start a service
automatically on each reboot all you have to do is to enable it for
the runlevels you wish it to run in using system-config-services
in GUI or chkconfig on the command line.
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