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Old 04-27-2004, 11:05 PM   #1
archish
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error loading modules at startup


When ever slackware boots up it tries to load my winmodem modules but since it is tainted it shows the following error and dosent load the modules. I can load them manually using the force -f option but how do I enable it in the startup. I have no idea where I need to modify to load the modules wih -f option. Kindly tell me where I need to do that.
thanks


Using /lib/modules/2.4.22/misc/pctel.o
Warning: The module you are trying to load (/lib/modules/2.4.22/misc/pctel.o) is compiled with a gcc
version 2 compiler, while the kernel you are running is compiled with
a gcc version 3 compiler. This is known to not work.
Warning: loading /lib/modules/2.4.22/misc/pctel.o will taint the kernel: non-GPL license - GPL linked with proprietary libraries
See http://www.tux.org/lkml/#export-tainted for information about tainted modules
Warning: loading /lib/modules/2.4.22/misc/pctel.o will taint the kernel: forced load
 
Old 04-27-2004, 11:39 PM   #2
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/etc/rc.d/rc.modules
 
Old 04-29-2004, 07:41 AM   #3
archish
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I cant find the one for my modem which are named pctel and ptserial

here is the file content:

#!/bin/sh
# rc.modules 3.1 Thu Aug 28 14:01:35 PDT 2003 pjv <volkerdi@slackware.com>
#
# This file loads extra drivers into the Linux kernel.
# The modules will be looked for under /lib/modules/<kernel version number>
# On systems using KMOD this file will be mostly commented out, but is still
# useful for loading selected modules at boot time.
#
# Most Linux kernel modules will accept extra options such as IRQ or base
# address, or to set various modes (such as 10baseT or BNC, etc). The Linux
# kernel source is the best place to look for extra documentation for the
# various modules. This can be found under /usr/src/linux/Documentation if
# you've the installed the kernel sources. Also, the kernel source docs are
# present on the Slackware CD in the /docs/linux-2.x.x directory.
#
# NOTE: This may not be a complete list of modules. If you don't see what
# you're looking for, look around in /lib/modules/2.x.x/ for an appropriate
# module. Also, if any problems arise loading or using these modules, try
# compiling and installing a custom kernel that contains the support instead.
# That always works. ;^)
#

### Update module dependencies ###
RELEASE=`uname -r`
# If /usr is mounted and we have 'find', we can try to take a shortcut:
if [ -x /usr/bin/find -a -e /lib/modules/$RELEASE/modules.dep \
-a /lib/modules/$RELEASE/modules.dep -nt /etc/modules.conf ]; then
NEWMODS="`/usr/bin/find /lib/modules/$RELEASE -type f -newer /lib/modules/$RELEASE/modules.dep`"
# Only rebuild dependencies if new module(s) are found:
if [ ! "" = "$NEWMODS" ]; then
echo "New kernel modules have been found in /lib/modules/$RELEASE/:"
echo "$NEWMODS"
echo "Updating module dependencies for Linux $RELEASE:"
/sbin/depmod -a
else
echo "Module dependencies up to date (no new kernel modules found)."
fi
else # we don't have find, or there is no existing modules.dep, or it is out of date.
echo "Updating module dependencies for Linux $RELEASE:"
/sbin/depmod -A
fi

#### APM support ###
# APM is a BIOS specification for saving power using several different
# techniques. This is mostly useful for battery powered laptops.
#/sbin/modprobe apm

#### PC parallel port support ###
#if cat /proc/ksyms | grep "\[parport_pc\]" 1> /dev/null 2> /dev/null ; then
# echo "parport0 is built-in, not loading module" > /dev/null
#else
# if [ -r /lib/modules/$RELEASE/misc/parport_pc.o \
# -o -r /lib/modules/$RELEASE/misc/parport_pc.o.gz \
# -o -r /lib/modules/$RELEASE/kernel/drivers/parport/parport_pc.o \
# -o -r /lib/modules/$RELEASE/kernel/drivers/parport/parport_pc.o.gz ]; then
# # Generic setup example:
# /sbin/modprobe parport_pc
# # Hardware specific setup example (required for PLIP and better
# # performance in general):
# #/sbin/modprobe parport_pc io=0x378 irq=7
# fi
#fi

#### Parallel printer support ###
#if cat /proc/ksyms | grep "\[lp\]" 1> /dev/null 2> /dev/null ; then
# echo "lp support built-in, not loading module" > /dev/null
#else
# if [ -r /lib/modules/$RELEASE/misc/lp.o \
# -o -r /lib/modules/$RELEASE/misc/lp.o.gz \
# -o -r /lib/modules/$RELEASE/kernel/drivers/char/lp.o \
# -o -r /lib/modules/$RELEASE/kernel/drivers/char/lp.o.gz ]; then
# /sbin/modprobe lp
# fi
#fi

### Parallel port IP ###
#/sbin/modprobe plip

### AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port) GART support ###
# This module takes care of programming the GART (part of your motherboard's
# chipset that handles gathering data from memory and passing it to the
# card) and enables faster AGP transfers. The AGP GART module is required
# to use AGP features of your 3D rendering video card. You'll need this to
# use XFree86's direct rendering support, for example.
/sbin/modprobe agpgart

### non-IDE CD-ROM drive support ###
# These modules add CD-ROM drive support. Most of these drivers will probe
# for the I/O address and IRQ of the drive automatically if the parameters
# to configure them are omitted. Typically the I/O address will be specified
# in hexadecimal, e.g.: cm206=0x300,11
#
# ***NONE*** of these drivers are for use with IDE/ATAPI CD-ROM drives. That
# support is already built into every pre-compiled Slackware Linux kernel.
# Also, note that all of the manufacturers listed below stopped making these
# types of wacky-interface drives years ago and all make IDE/ATAPI-interface
# CD-ROM drives now. So, just because your drive says "Mitsumi" on it is not
# reason enough to think you need the special Mitsumi module loaded, etc. If
# you got your drive within the last couple of years it's probably IDE. Try
# tossing a disc in the drive and mounting it on the various IDE interfaces it
# could be using, like /dev/hdc.
#
#/sbin/modprobe aztcd aztcd=<I/O address>
#/sbin/modprobe cdu31a cdu31a_port=<I/O address> cdu31a_irq=<interrupt>
#/sbin/modprobe cm206 cm206=<I/O address>,<IRQ>
#/sbin/modprobe gscd gscd=<I/O address>
#/sbin/modprobe mcd mcd=<I/O address>,<IRQ>
#/sbin/modprobe mcdx mcdx=<I/O address>,<IRQ>
#/sbin/modprobe optcd optcd=<I/O address>
# Below, this last number is "1" for SoundBlaster Pro card, or "0" for a clone.
#/sbin/modprobe sbpcd sbpcd=<I/O address>,1
#/sbin/modprobe sonycd535 sonycd535=<I/O address>
#/sbin/modprobe sjcd sjcd=<I/O address>

# CD-ROM drives on ISP16, MAD16 or Mozart sound card:
#/sbin/modprobe isp16=[<port>[,<irq>[,<dma>]]][[,]<drive_type>]
# where the values are one of: port=0x340,0x320,0x330,0x360
# irq=0,3,5,7,9,10,11
# dma=0,3,5,6,7
# drive_type=noisp16,Sanyo,Panasonic,Sony,Mitsumi

### Cyclades multiport serial card support ###
#/sbin/modprobe cyclades

#### Serial line IP support (SLIP/CSLIP/PPP) ###
## This module is for SLIP/CSLIP support:
#/sbin/modprobe slip

## Load PPP:
## Check kernel version to determine module names to use
#if [ "`uname -r | cut -f 1,2 -d .`" = "2.2" ]; then
# # This module is for PPP support:
# /sbin/modprobe ppp
#else # assume 2.4 or newer
# # This module is for PPP support:
# /sbin/modprobe ppp_generic
# # This PPP plugin supports PPP over serial lines:
# /sbin/modprobe ppp_async
# # Use this plugin instead for HDLC (used for high-speed leased lines like T1/E1)
# # /sbin/modprobe ppp_synctty
#fi
## This module provides compression for PPP (optional):
##/sbin/modprobe ppp_deflate

### USB Host Controllers:
# Universal Host Controller Interface (Intel standard):
#/sbin/modprobe usb-uhci
# Universal Host Controller Interface (alternate JE):
#/sbin/modprobe uhci
# Open Host Controller Interface (Compaq/Microsoft/National standard):
#/sbin/modprobe usb-ohci

### USB device support:
# (Note that once you've loaded USB hub support most USB devices will
# trigger the kernel to load their modules automatically)
# USB "Human Interface Device" driver; handles most USB mice, joysticks,
# gamepads, steering wheels, keyboards, trackballs and digitizers.
#/sbin/modprobe hid
# Simple HIDBP USB mouse driver, if hid doesn't work:
#/sbin/modprobe usbmouse
# Simple HIDBP USB keyboard driver, if hid doesn't work:
#/sbin/modprobe usbkbd
# Wacom Graphire and Intuos tablet driver:
#/sbin/modprobe wacom
# Logitech WingMan Force joystick:
#/sbin/modprobe wmforce
# USB audio:
#/sbin/modprobe audio
# USB modem support:
#/sbin/modprobe acm
# USB serial converter:
#/sbin/modprobe usbserial
# USB printer support:
#/sbin/modprobe printer
# IBM "C-It" USB video camera:
#/sbin/modprobe ibmcam framerate=1
# USB OV511 Camera support:
#/sbin/modprobe ov511
# USB ADMtek Pegasus-based ethernet device support:
#/sbin/modprobe pegasus
# Kawasaki USB ethernet controller support:
#/sbin/modprobe kaweth
# USB Kodak DC-2xx Camera support:
#/sbin/modprobe dc2xx
# USB Mustek MDC800 Digital Camera Support:
#/sbin/modprobe mdc800
# USB Mass Storage support:
#/sbin/modprobe usb-storage
# USS720 parallel-port driver:
#/sbin/modprobe uss720
# Prolific PL-2302 USB-to-USB network device:
#/sbin/modprobe plusb
# USB Diamond Rio500 support:
#/sbin/modprobe rio500
# D-Link DSB-R100 FM radio support:
#/sbin/modprobe dsbr100
# USB Bluetooth support:
#/sbin/modprobe bluetooth
# USB scanner support (requires patched SANE from http://fachschaft.cup.uni-muenchen.d...m/scanner.html):
#/sbin/modprobe scanner

### USB event drivers:
# Keyboard input:
#/sbin/modprobe keybdev
# Mouse input:
#/sbin/modprobe mousedev
# Joystick input:
#/sbin/modprobe joydev
# Generic event reporting device:
#/sbin/modprobe evdev

### OSS Sound support ###
### (Old Sound System ;-)
# Sound Blaster Pro/16 support:
#/sbin/modprobe sb io=0x220 irq=5 dma=3 dma16=5 mpu_io=0x300
# Sound Blaster Live support:
#/sbin/modprobe emu10k1
# MAD16 support:
#/sbin/modprobe mad16 io=0x530 irq=7 dma=0 dma16=1
# AD1816(A) sound driver:
#/sbin/modprobe modprobe ad1816 io=0x530 irq=5 dma=1 dma2=3 ad1816_clockfreq=33000
# Crystal CS4232 based (PnP) cards:
#/sbin/modprobe cs4232
# ES1370 support, such as Sound Blaster 128PCI:
#/sbin/modprobe es1370
# ES1371 support, such as Sound Blaster 64V PCI:
#/sbin/modprobe es1371
# ESS Maestro, Maestro2, Maestro2E:
#/sbin/modprobe maestro
# ESS Maestro3/Allegro:
#/sbin/modprobe maestro3
# VIA VT82Cxxx Audio Controller
#/sbin/modprobe via82cxxx_audio
# (For information on configuring other sound cards with Linux,
# see the documentation in /usr/src/linux/Documentation/sound/,
# and /usr/src/linux/Documentation/Configure.help.

### Joystick support ###
# The core joystick input support module, needed by all of the
# joystick devices below:
#/sbin/modprobe joydev
### Next, you must load a module for your gameport.
# Classic ISA/PnP gameports:
#/sbin/modprobe ns558
# Crystal SoundFusion gameports:
#/sbin/modprobe cs461x
# Aureal Vortex and Trident 4DWave gameports:
#/sbin/modprobe pcigame
# SoundBlaster Live! gameports:
#/sbin/modprobe emu10k1-gp
### Drivers for various joystick devices ###
# Analog joysticks and gamepads:
#/sbin/modprobe analog
# Assassin 3D and MadCatz Panther devices:
#/sbin/modprobe a3d
# Logitech ADI digital joysticks and gamepads:
#/sbin/modprobe adi
# Creative Labs Blaster Cobra gamepad:
#/sbin/modprobe cobra
# Genius Flight2000 Digital joysticks and gamepads:
#/sbin/modprobe gf2k
# Gravis GrIP joysticks and gamepads:
#/sbin/modprobe grip
# InterAct digital joysticks and gamepads:
#/sbin/modprobe interact
# ThrustMaster DirectConnect joysticks and gamepads:
#/sbin/modprobe tmdc
# Microsoft SideWinder digital joysticks and gamepads:
#/sbin/modprobe sidewinder
### Serial port game controller support ###
# Both of these are needed for serial-port game controllers:
#/sbin/modprobe serio
#/sbin/modprobe serport
# Logitech WingMan Warrior joystick:
#/sbin/modprobe warrior
# LogiCad3d Magellan/SpaceMouse 6dof controller:
#/sbin/modprobe magellan
# SpaceTec SpaceOrb/Avenger 6dof controller:
#/sbin/modprobe spaceorb
# SpaceTec SpaceBall 4000 FLX 6dof controller:
#/sbin/modprobe spaceball
# Gravis Stinger gamepad:
#/sbin/modprobe stinger
# I-Force joysticks/wheels:
#/sbin/modprobe iforce
### Parallel port connected controllers ###
# Multisystem, Sega Genesis, Saturn joysticks and gamepads:
#/sbin/modprobe db9
# Multisystem, NES, SNES, N64, PSX joysticks and gamepads:
#/sbin/modprobe gamecon
# Multisystem joysticks via TurboGraFX device:
#/sbin/modprobe turbografx

### Appletalk support ###
# This is needed if you want to run netatalk, a package which allows
# you to use you Linux box as a file and print server for Apple Macintosh
# computers on your local network.
#/sbin/modprobe appletalk

### IPX networking support ###
#/sbin/modprobe ipx

### IDE device support ###
# IDE CD-ROM drives:
#/sbin/modprobe ide-cd
# IDE hard drives:
#/sbin/modprobe ide-disk
# IDE floppy drives:
#/sbin/modprobe ide-floppy
# IDE tape drives:
#/sbin/modprobe ide-tape

### Network device support ###
# Most of these drivers will probe automatically for the card if you don't
# specify an I/O address and IRQ. But, the NE2000 driver needs at least the
# I/O. For complete information, see the net-modules.txt file that comes
# with the Linux 2.2.x source code. This file can also be found on the
# Slackware CD-ROM in the /docs/linux-2.2.x/ directory.
#
# First, if setup probing found a network card, there may be an 'rc.netdevice'
# file that we should run to load the network module:
if [ -x /etc/rc.d/rc.netdevice ]; then
. /etc/rc.d/rc.netdevice
fi
### Ethernet cards based on the 8390 chip.
# 3com 3c503 support:
#/sbin/modprobe 3c503
# Ansel Communications EISA 3200 support:
#/sbin/modprobe ac3200
# Cabletron E21xx support:
#/sbin/modprobe e2100
# HP PCLAN+ (27247B and 27252A) support:
#/sbin/modprobe hp-plus
# HP PCLAN (27245 and other 27xxx series) support:
#/sbin/modprobe hp
# NE2000/NE1000 support (non PCI):
#/sbin/modprobe ne io=0x300 # NE2000 at 0x300
#/sbin/modprobe ne io=0x280 # NE2000 at 0x280
#/sbin/modprobe ne io=0x320 # NE2000 at 0x320
#/sbin/modprobe ne io=0x340 # NE2000 at 0x340
#/sbin/modprobe ne io=0x360 # NE2000 at 0x360
# PCI NE2000 clone support:
#/sbin/modprobe ne2k-pci
# SMC Ultra support:
#/sbin/modprobe smc-ultra
# SMC Ultra32 EISA support:
#/sbin/modprobe smc-ultra32
# Western Digital WD80*3 (and clones) support:
#/sbin/modprobe wd
#
# Other network hardware drivers:
#
# 3com 3c501 (consider buying a new card, since the 3c501 is slow,
# broken, and obsolete):
#/sbin/modprobe 3c501
# 3com 3c503:
#/sbin/modprobe 3c503
# 3com 3c505:
#/sbin/modprobe 3c505
# 3com 3c507:
#/sbin/modprobe 3c507
# 3com 3c509 and 3c579:
#/sbin/modprobe 3c509
# 3com 3c515:
#/sbin/modprobe 3c515
# This one works for all 3com 3c590/3c592/3c595/3c597 and the
# EtherLink XL 3c900 and 3c905 cards:
#/sbin/modprobe 3c59x
# Apricot Xen-II on board Ethernet:
#/sbin/modprobe apricot
# Generic ARCnet support:
#/sbin/modprobe arcnet
# AT1700/1720 support:
#/sbin/modprobe at1700
# AT-LAN-TEC/RealTek pocket adapter support:
#/sbin/modprobe atp
# BPQ Ethernet driver:
#/sbin/modprobe bpqether
# Generic DECchip & DIGITAL EtherWORKS PCI/EISA:
#/sbin/modprobe de4x5
# D-Link DE600 pocket adapter support:
#/sbin/modprobe de600
# D-Link DE620 pocket adapter support:
#/sbin/modprobe de620
# DEPCA support:
#/sbin/modprobe depca
# Digi International RightSwitch cards:
#/sbin/modprobe dgrs
# Intel EtherExpress Pro support:
#/sbin/modprobe eepro
# Intel EtherExpress PRO/100 PCI support:
#/sbin/modprobe eepro100
# Intel EtherExpress16 support:
#/sbin/modprobe eexpress
# SMC EtherPower II 9432 PCI support:
#/sbin/modprobe epic100
# ICL EtherTeam 16i/32 support:
#/sbin/modprobe eth16i
# DEC EtherWorks 3 support:
#/sbin/modprobe ewrk3
# Fujitsu FMV-181/182/183/184 support:
#/sbin/modprobe fmv18x
# HP 10/100VG PCLAN (ISA, EISA, PCI) support:
#/sbin/modprobe hp100
# IBM Tropic chipset based adapter support:
#/sbin/modprobe ibmtr
# AMD LANCE and PCnet (AT1500 and NE2100) support:
#/sbin/modprobe lance
# National Semiconductor DP8381x series PCI Ethernet support:
#/sbin/modprobe natsemi
# NI5210 support:
#/sbin/modprobe ni52
# NI6510 support:
#/sbin/modprobe ni65
# AMD PCnet32 (VLB and PCI) support:
#/sbin/modprobe pcnet32
# Red Creek Hardware Virtual Private Network (VPN) support:
#/sbin/modprobe rcpci
# RealTek 8129/8139 (not 8019/8029!) support:
#/sbin/modprobe 8139too
# RealTek 8139C+ enhanced support:
#/sbin/modprobe 8139cp
# Sangoma S502A FRAD support:
#/sbin/modprobe sdla
# SMC 9194 support:
#/sbin/modprobe smc9194
# TI ThunderLAN support:
#/sbin/modprobe tlan
# DECchip Tulip (dc21x4x) PCI support:
#/sbin/modprobe tulip
# VIA Rhine support:
#/sbin/modprobe via-rhine
# AT&T WaveLAN & DEC RoamAbout DS support:
#/sbin/modprobe wavelan
# Packet Engines Yellowfin Gigabit-NIC support:
#/sbin/modprobe yellowfin
# Davicom DM9xxx (9102/9132/9100/9802...)
#/sbin/modprobe dmfe
# SiS 900/7016 PCI Fast Ethernet
#/sbin/modprobe sis900

### Serial line load balancing support ###
#/sbin/modprobe eql

### "dummy" IP support ###
# A dummy IP driver. Essentially a loopback device. Can be useful --
# see the Network Administrator's Guide from sunsite.unc.edu:/pub/Linux/docs/LDP
#/sbin/modprobe dummy

### ISDN kernel support ###
#/sbin/modprobe isdn
# ISDN loop (provides a virtual ISDN card for testing):
#/sbin/modprobe isdnloop

### ISDN interface support ###
# AVM-B1 with CAPI2.0 driver (requires additional firmware; see
# /usr/src/linux/Documentation/isdn/README.avmb1):
#/sbin/modprobe capidrv
# HiSax SiemensChipSet driver (supports AVM A1, Elsa ISDN cards,
# Teles S0-16.0, Teles S0-16.3, Teles S0-8, Teles/Creatix PnP,
# ITK micro ix1 and many compatibles):
#/sbin/modprobe hisax
# IBM Active 2000 ISDN card support (requires additional firmware; see
# /usr/src/linux/Documentation/isdn/README.act2000 for more information)
#/sbin/modprobe act2000
# ICN active ISDN card driver:
#/sbin/modprobe icn
# PCBIT-D driver (requires additional firmware; see
# /usr/src/linux/Documentation/isdn/README.pcbit for more information)
#/sbin/modprobe pcbit
# Spellcaster BRI ISDN driver:
#/sbin/modprobe sc

### Binary format support ###
#/sbin/modprobe binfmt_aout
#/sbin/modprobe binfmt_elf
#/sbin/modprobe binfmt_java
#/sbin/modprobe binfmt_misc

### Filesystem support ###
#/sbin/modprobe adfs
#/sbin/modprobe affs
#/sbin/modprobe coda
#/sbin/modprobe ext2
#/sbin/modprobe fat
#/sbin/modprobe hfs
#/sbin/modprobe hpfs
#/sbin/modprobe isofs
#/sbin/modprobe minix
#/sbin/modprobe msdos
#/sbin/modprobe ncpfs
#/sbin/modprobe nfs
#/sbin/modprobe ntfs
#/sbin/modprobe qnx4
#/sbin/modprobe romfs
#/sbin/modprobe smbfs
#/sbin/modprobe sysv
#/sbin/modprobe ufs
#/sbin/modprobe umsdos
#/sbin/modprobe vfat

### RAID (Multiple Devices) support ###
#/sbin/modprobe linear
#/sbin/modprobe raid0
#/sbin/modprobe raid1
#/sbin/modprobe raid5

# *** THIS IS STILL LOADED BY DEFAULT ***
# SCSI emulation support. This will provide SCSI host adapter emulation
# for IDE ATAPI devices, and will allow you to use a SCSI device driver
# instead of a native ATAPI driver. This is useful if you have an ATAPI
# device for which no native driver has been written (for example, an ATAPI
# PD-CD or CD-RW drive); you can then use this emulation together with an
# appropriate SCSI device driver. Note that this option does NOT allow you
# to attach SCSI devices to a box that doesn't have a SCSI host adapter
# installed. Also, you'll need to exclude your CD-RW from being grabbed by
# the normal ATAPI driver by passing a flag to the kernel at boot time.
# If you're using LILO, add this: append="hdc=ide-scsi"
# Replace "hdc" with the appropriate device name.
/sbin/modprobe ide-scsi

# SCSI kernel support:
#/sbin/modprobe scsi_mod
#/sbin/modprobe scsi_syms
#/sbin/modprobe sd_mod
#/sbin/modprobe sg
#/sbin/modprobe sr_mod
#/sbin/modprobe st

# SCSI controller support:
# NCR53c7,8xx SCSI support (note there is another driver for
# the 53c8xx family below):
#/sbin/modprobe 53c7,8xx
# AM53/79C974 PCI SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe AM53C974
# BusLogic MultiMaster and FlashPoint SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe BusLogic
# NCR53c406a SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe NCR53c406a
# Initio INI-A100U2W SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe a100u2w
# AdvanSys SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe advansys
# Adaptec AHA152X/2825 support:
#/sbin/modprobe aha152x
# Adaptec AHA1542 support:
#/sbin/modprobe aha1542
# Adaptec AHA1740 support:
#/sbin/modprobe aha1740
# This is support for the various aic7xxx based Adaptec SCSI
# controllers. These include the 274x EISA cards; 284x VLB cards;
# 2902, 2910, 293x, 294x, 394x, 3985 and several other PCI and
# motherboard based SCSI controllers from Adaptec:
#/sbin/modprobe aic7xxx
# ACARD 870U/W SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe atp870u
# DTC 3180/3280 SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe dtc
# EATA ISA/EISA/PCI (DPT and generic EATA/DMA-compliant boards) support:
#/sbin/modprobe eata
# EATA-DMA [Obsolete -- use above driver] (DPT, NEC, AT&T, SNI, AST,
# Olivetti, Alphatronix) support:
#/sbin/modprobe eata_dma
# EATA-PIO (old DPT PM2001, PM2012A) support:
#/sbin/modprobe eata_pio
# Future Domain 16xx SCSI/AHA-2920A support:
#/sbin/modprobe fdomain
# Generic NCR5380/53c400 SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe g_NCR5380
# GDT SCSI Disk Array Controller support:
#/sbin/modprobe gdth
# IOMEGA parallel port (imm - newer drives like ZipPlus):
#/sbin/modprobe imm
# Always IN2000 SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe in2000
# Initio 91XXU(W) SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe initio
# AMI MegaRAID support:
#/sbin/modprobe megaraid
# NCR53C8XX SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe ncr53c8xx
# PAS16 SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe pas16
# PCI2000 support:
#/sbin/modprobe pci2000
# PCI2220i support:
#/sbin/modprobe pci2220i
# IOMEGA parallel port (ppa - older parallel Zip drives):
#/sbin/modprobe ppa
# PSI240i support:
#/sbin/modprobe psi240i
# Qlogic FastSCSI! cards:
#/sbin/modprobe qlogicfas
# QLogic ISP2100 SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe qlogicfc
# This driver works for all QLogic PCI SCSI host adapters (IQ-PCI,
# IQ-PCI-10, IQ_PCI-D) except for the PCI-basic card. (This latter
# card is supported by the "AM53/79C974 PCI SCSI" driver):
#/sbin/modprobe qlogicisp
# Seagate ST-02 and Future Domain TMC-8xx SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe seagate
# Symbios Logic sym53c416 support:
#/sbin/modprobe sym53c416
# Trantor T128/T128F/T228 SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe t128
# Tekram DC390(T) and Am53/79C974 (PCscsi) SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe tmscsim
# UltraStor 14F and 34F support (also see driver below):
#/sbin/modprobe u14-34f
# UltraStor 14F, 24F, and 34F support:
#/sbin/modprobe ultrastor
# Western Digital 7000 SCSI support:
#/sbin/modprobe wd7000

### Mouse support:
# This is a rare type of busmouse that is connected to the back of an
# ATI video card:
#/sbin/modprobe atixlmouse
# Logitech mouse connected to a proprietary interface card. It's
# generally a round connector with 9 pins. Note that the newer mice
# made by Logitech don't use the Logitech protocol anymore; for those,
# you don't need this option:
#/sbin/modprobe busmouse
# Microsoft busmouse support. These animals (also called Inport mice) are
# connected to an expansion board using a round connector with 9 pins. Be
# aware that several vendors talk about 'Microsoft busmouse' and actually
# mean PS/2 busmouse -- so count the pins on the connector:
#/sbin/modprobe msbusmouse
# C&T 82C710 mouse port support (as on TI Travelmate):
#/sbin/modprobe qpmouse
# IBM PC110 palmtop digitizer pad:
#/sbin/modprobe pc110pad

# # EXTERNAL -> external network interface
# # INTERNAL -> internal network interface
# EXTERNAL=eth0
# INTERNAL=eth1
# echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
# echo "Setting up NAT (Network Address Translation)..."
# # by default, nothing is forwarded.
# iptables -P FORWARD DROP
# # Allow all connections OUT and only related ones IN
# iptables -A FORWARD -i $EXTERNAL -o $INTERNAL -m state --state ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT
# iptables -A FORWARD -i $INTERNAL -o $EXTERNAL -j ACCEPT
# # enable MASQUERADING
# iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o $EXTERNAL -j MASQUERADE

#/sbin/modprobe ipt_conntrack
#/sbin/modprobe ip_conntrack
#/sbin/modprobe ip_conntrack_ftp
#/sbin/modprobe ip_conntrack_irc
#/sbin/modprobe ip_nat_ftp
#/sbin/modprobe ip_nat_irc
#/sbin/modprobe ip_nat_snmp_basic
#
# These modules below are for ipchains (kernel 2.2.x). You can install ipchains
# from /pasture. To use ipchains with newer kernels, you'll need this:
# /sbin/modprobe ipchains
#
#/sbin/modprobe ip_masq_autofw
#/sbin/modprobe ip_masq_cuseeme
#/sbin/modprobe ip_masq_ftp
#/sbin/modprobe ip_masq_irc
#/sbin/modprobe ip_masq_mfw
#/sbin/modprobe ip_masq_portfw
#/sbin/modprobe ip_masq_quake
#/sbin/modprobe ip_masq_raudio
#/sbin/modprobe ip_masq_user
#/sbin/modprobe ip_masq_vdolive
 
Old 04-29-2004, 07:48 AM   #4
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so just add it anywhere, probably best under the appropriate section for readability
 
Old 04-29-2004, 12:46 PM   #5
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no I want to add ot with the -f force option I have no idea how to do that
 
Old 04-29-2004, 05:31 PM   #6
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Edit /etc/rc.d/rc.local and add the command as you will type at bash and restart. That is how i start my speedtouch modem .

Let us know how it goes.
 
Old 05-01-2004, 12:16 AM   #7
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ya it works but slackware is also trying to load it automatically which loads without the force option resulting in 3 to 4 lines of failed tio load message.
Any idea how to remove that?
 
Old 05-01-2004, 01:52 AM   #8
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I would assume that your modem install put stuff in /etc/modules.conf
Thats where it should be anyway...
 
  


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