I do not have the file /etc/modprobe.conf
Besides, I think what I want to do is little different, as I want to be able with grub to change the value assigned to mymodule's argument.
Essentially, I have mymodule.ko. If i do insmod mymodule.ko param="valueOfParam" I can see everything works (looking at /proc/devices I can see mymodule has registered) and I can read param (the read function implemented in mymodule just returns the value of the string module argument param.
What I would like to do now, is to use grub and do something like
kernel /vmlinuz-126.96.36.199 ro root=/dev/.... mymodule.param="valueOfParam"
Tried several things so far, but with no luck.
On Fri, Jan 8, 2010 at 2:17 PM, Chris Smart <[email protected]> wrote:
2010/1/9 Luca <[email protected]>:
> Hi all,I think this usually happens in a modules configuration file.
> I created a kernel module which can be passed some command line arguments
> (I tried that with insmod and it works).
> Now I would like, when I start the kernel with grub, to have this module
> loaded at boot time so I can pass, at boot time, a kernel boot option to it.
Something like this?
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