[maemo-users] NFS - must insmod after every boot

From: hendrik at topoi.pooq.com hendrik at topoi.pooq.com
Date: Sat Feb 9 02:46:47 EET 2008
On Fri, Feb 08, 2008 at 08:57:04AM -0700, Jeffrey Barish wrote:
> Tilman Vogel wrote:
> > That's a bit hard to believe because the kernel doesn't remember which
> > modules were loaded before shutdown and so it can't reload them on boot
> > up.
> In that case, I must have made a change before that I forgot about.  It's
> too bad these modifications are obliterated by the installation of a new
> OS.
> I think what I should do is put the insmod commands in a script that lives
> in user's home directory.  There is a better chance then that I will
> remember to back it up before I install OS2009.  I always had to mount my
> desktop system manually anyway, so having to run the script first is not
> that much worse.  In fact, I suppose that I could put the mount command in
> the same script, in which case the inconvenience factor will be exactly the
> same as it was before.

Debian has an /etc/modules file.  Does maemo?

-- hendrik

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