Slackware equivalent of Debian's modconf & rcconf?
I'm a debian user thinking of switching to slackware.
One very handy command that debian provides is modconf. It's an ncurses-based program that helps you set up which kernel modules get loaded at boot time. You navigate through some menus, choose and install modules, and various system files in /etc get modified/updated for you.
Does Slackware have something similar to modconf?
Another handy program available for Debian is rcconf. It's also ncurses-based, and lets you choose services you want started up at boot-time (something to do with /etc/rc.d I think...). Does Slack have a command similar to this?