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Old 10-06-2004, 12:19 PM   #1
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Question about FC2 & Modules.

In doing research to solve a problem I'm having, I've come accross information that says to edit modules.conf; however, in the guide I am following to set up Myth TV (the current project), all the similar changes seem to occur in modprobe.conf

Does Fedora Core 2 use modprobe.conf instead of modules.conf?

When I find info advising me to edit modules.conf, do I just do the same thing in modprobe.conf?


I just realized I misspoke. (I was working on this last night). I actually have been editing xorg.conf as opposed to modules.conf; but my confusion still remains.

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