|TuskenTower on 20 Sep 2006 13:42:44 -0000|
On 9/20/06, Randy Schmidt <email@example.com> wrote:
2. When I "sudo insmod hpt374.ko" to insert the module, it works, but when I restart it isn't there. There has to be a way that I insert it permanently but I haven't figured it out. Does anybody know?
You can check your initrd if you are curious. I don't have Ubuntu in front of me, so I don't know if Ubuntu uses CramFS .img or a CPIO initrd. Use the command "file" or "file -z" on the initrd to figure out if its CPIO or CramFS. From there you can dump the contents to see if your driver is in there or not. You can mount a CramFS image or dump the CPIO file contents with "cpio -ivd FILE"
Anyone know why udev doesn't handle this for him?
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