udev and sound device
nestu at espresso.foo-projects.org
Tue Nov 23 23:26:11 UTC 2004
On Tue, Nov 23, 2004 at 03:24:53PM -0600, Woody Gilk wrote:
> thanks for the solution. :) i knew that one of those files (modules,
> modules.conf, etc.) would do it, i just had no idea which one.
> On Tue, 23 Nov 2004 12:16:05 -0500, Benoit Valiron <bvali087 at uottawa.ca> wrote:
> > > lmodules looks nice, but how do you change the status? all it seems to
> > > do is let me load modules..... :(
> > I agree, it looks nice. However, after playing a little bit with, I
> > noticeed a few things :
> > 1) it loads modules, but doesn't change the "-" sign in a "+" sign,
> > and sometimes doesn;t load anything when prerssing "enter".
It outputs the changes. If there aren't any, I cannot do anything.
> > 2) it doesn't seems to be able to unload modules.
That is a kernel setting. It does unload.
> > 3) it doesn't always ask for saving changes, and I didn't find a
> > rational approach to this behavior.
> > 4) finally, the changes, if saved, are printed into
> > /etc/modules.test, and nothing can happen at boot-time.
That would be my fault, indeed.
Will double check all the above, IAC. I'll report back.
> > But, this suggested me a solution, which work perfectly for my box: to
> > load the modules snd-pcm-oss and snd-mixer-oss at boot-time, just
> > write them in /etc/modules. Indeed, this file is parsed by
> > /etc/init.d/modutils at boot-time. My /etc/modules looks like:
> > <quote>
> > snd-pcm-oss
> > snd-mixer-oss
> > </quote>
> > and it's working as expected at boot-time.
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