Persistent Driver Installation
I am a definite new comer to Linux (Redhat) and whose UNIX/Solaris knowledge is very rusty. I have 3rd party hardware that I'm trying to install into a Dell Redhat machine; the vendor supplied software includes a driver install script that must be run everytime the machine is booted when the users login (as compared to the install script for UNIX). The driver also requires that environmental variables be set first (e.g. location of config files, etc).
I would like to have the driver loaded by the kernel on powerup to avoid the potential necessity of having user involvement. I have been through many searches and have not found what should be the best way to do this. Any suggestions that anyone has would be greatly appreciated.