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Old 08-03-2003, 09:37 AM   #1
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Inserting modules

Whenever I log in the system I've been going to terminal to type these comands:
modprobe pcmcia_core
modprobe ds yenta_socket
modprobe audio
modprobe exaudio
Is there a way to include theses modules in a file to automatically load these modules during booting time? I've tried to have this working inserting in /etc/modules.conf, but with no success.

Btw. Why doesn't the system recognizes automatically these modules?

Any input will be very much appreciated.


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