Re: modprobe.conf is ignored

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On Sun, 2006-11-19 at 13:55 +0100, Joachim Selke wrote:
> Ric Moore wrote:
> > Did you look in "services" to see if there is a new or old daemon to
> > start??
> Thanks for your help. Unfortunately there is no such service.
> I found out why the modprobe.conf line does not work as expected. It is
> not ignored but cannot be executed the way it should be. The problem is
> that the ipw3945 module is loaded by udev at a stage when the filesystem
> is still mounted read-only. Hence, the ipe3945d daemon is not able to
> create its pid file (and also my "touch /test" test failes). I found
> this explanation here:
> <>
> So maybe I have to write my own service or I modify the modprobe entry
> such that a script is started in the background that waits for the
> filesystem to be mounted read-write and then starts the daemon.
Why not use the other recommended option of putting the line
in /etc/rc.d/local.rc and have the daemon started from there.  A simple
one line command and it is done.  local.rc is run as the last script
during startup.

> Joachim

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