I have a small problem configuring my kernel: I don't know what to write in the /etc/modprobe.conf file...
I am running "Linux from scratch" (http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/
) - not a distribution per se, so I cannot just use the old file /etc/modules.conf (which also does not exist on my system, having built it by myself).
I have recently finished building the system, and I managed to compile a working kernel - and also upgraded to kernel 2.6.5. I installed the new version of module-init-tools.
I have looked at the documentation available with the 2.6.5 kernel, the old and new KERNEL HOWTO, the modprobe & modprobe.conf man pages, as well as various searches on the net regarding modprobe.conf, but I have not managed to find out how to write this file "from scratch", based on the hardware/options in the kernel I have. If anyone could help me by pointing out the documents to read, it would be great.
Hoping I didn't overlook any obvious documents and that I won't get killed because of my choice in "distro".