> Hi, I built a kernel module. I can load it into the
> kernle using insmod command. But each time when I
> reboot my computer I couldn't find it any more. I mean
> I need to use the insmod to load the module each time
> I reboot the computer. How can I modify the
> configuration so that the Linux OS can load my module
> automatically during reboot? I need to copy my module
> to the following directory?
You don't need to do this, actually, you should _not_ do this.
> I've done that. But it doesn't work.
> Any help will be appreciated.
Just put the module name in /etc/modules
example: I want my network card (3Com 3c905c - 3c59x module), vfat, and
ide-scsi (for my IDE burner) to load at
boot, so I have in my /etc/modules:
The order does not matter.
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