Originally posted by ncp100
... But when modprobe loads it on boot up it does not force the module to load and hence it does not recognize the controller. Does anyone know how I can force modprobe to load the iteraid driver.
I am confused. If modprobe loads it on bootup, then why are you having to load it again... Anyway, depending on the distro you may have what's called an rc.local file. It will likely located in the /etc directory or a sub directory within /etc It's a text file that you can place your own startup requests in, they will be executed last. So:
Should suffice as a single line in that file.