[Frugalware-darcs] frugalware-current: module-init-tools-3.2.2-7-i686

VMiklos vmiklos at frugalware.org
Sun Jun 10 16:57:37 CEST 2007


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[module-init-tools-3.2.2-7-i686
VMiklos <vmiklos at frugalware.org>**20070610144849
 - update rc.modules and modules:
 - handle the case when we're running a kernel without any modules this happends
   when we boot using a foreign kernel, as an example
 - removed obsolete comments from rc.modules
 - moved comments about kernel parameters from rc.modules do sysconfig/modules
] {
hunk ./source/base/module-init-tools/FrugalBuild 7
-pkgrel=6
+pkgrel=7
hunk ./source/base/module-init-tools/FrugalBuild 18
-	  '219afae520a54125097b833587c7e8ee7521c19b' \
-	  'b2b2525af3bc8fdba01f14c58e5ea85489e2f84b')
+          '89e3872675419a3858a69d875a4f09fd806328e8' \
+          'b8a99f9a6d8758a9c384f67c4e0d8a9b6c923515')
hunk ./source/base/module-init-tools/modules 1
+#
hunk ./source/base/module-init-tools/modules 3
+#
+
hunk ./source/base/module-init-tools/modules 7
-# To parse an argument to the modules do:
+# To pass an argument to the modules do:
hunk ./source/base/module-init-tools/modules 10
+#
hunk ./source/base/module-init-tools/modules 13
-# load module with options
+# To load a module with options:
hunk ./source/base/module-init-tools/modules 16
-# load module without any options
+# To load a module without any options:
hunk ./source/base/module-init-tools/modules 18
+#
+# Most Linux kernel modules will accept extra options such as IRQ or base
+# address, or to set various modes (such as 10baseT or BNC, etc).  The Linux
+# kernel source is the best place to look for extra documentation for the
+# various modules.  This can be found under /usr/src/linux/Documentation if
+# you've the installed the kernel-source package.
+
hunk ./source/base/module-init-tools/rc.modules 17
-# On systems using KMOD this file will be mostly commented out, but is still
-# useful for loading selected modules at boot time.
-#
-# Most Linux kernel modules will accept extra options such as IRQ or base
-# address, or to set various modes (such as 10baseT or BNC, etc).  The Linux
-# kernel source is the best place to look for extra documentation for the
-# various modules.  This can be found under /usr/src/linux/Documentation if
-# you've the installed the kernel-source package.
-#
-# NOTE:  This may not be a complete list of modules.  If you don't see what
-# you're looking for, look around in /lib/modules/2.x.x/ for an appropriate
-# module.  Also, if any problems arise loading or using these modules, try
-# compiling and installing a custom kernel that contains the support instead.
-# That always works. ;^)
hunk ./source/base/module-init-tools/rc.modules 21
+	[ -d " /lib/modules/$kernelver" ] || exit 0
}


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