On Mon, 6 Nov 2000, David Woodhouse wrote:
> * Sound module is autoloaded again, default to zero levels.
so you use the 'post-install' option of modules.conf to run your
mixer-level setting script.
> This time it is _NOT_ fine. User is rightly pissed off :)
even better: is there any pressing need for /all/ modules to be
auto-unloaded? things like sound modules should be statically loaded
at boot time and never removed for 99% of workstations i think.
i'd also like to see dist's adopt a nice config file specifying which
modules to statically load at boot-time. (i know i want i them
loaded). then maybe info from depmod could be applied to remove
> The inter_module_xxx() stuff would facilitate this quite nicely.
but if userspace can do it just as easily... (in the case of sound
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