Difference between /etc/modules and /etc/modules.conf ?
I understand that both are for loading modules at boot-time, but why use those 2 files instead of just 1 ?
Is /etc/modules.conf Debian specific ?
I installed the alsa-base package and it automaticaly added a truckload of sound modules in the modules.conf file.
If I want to load the Nvidia forcedeth nertwork modules at boot-time, where should I specify that , in /etc/modules or /etc/modules.conf ?
The manual man update-modules specify that it is obsolete, so why is there any drivre name listad in the /etc/modules.conf . If it's obsolet, it should be blank or it shouldn't exist right ?
tia for any help.