difference between loading kernel module during boot and after
vibarus at googlemail.com
Tue Jul 8 14:48:30 UTC 2008
On Sun, Jun 22, 2008 at 11:29 PM, Vincent Barus <vibarus at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> is there a difference between loading a kernel module during the boot process
> and loading a module manually after the login?
> I'm asking this on a general basis and because of pr: kern/123563.
> I don't know if it's a problem with if_re because I can't find someone
> out on the net
> having the same problem.
> The driver if_re works after laoding it manually after the login and I
> have no problems
> with it after this manual kldload if_re.
> Can you guys give me a hint how to get further with the troubleshooting because
> I can't find any difference with pciconf or the boot -v messages.
> Pyun did a nice job with if_re and shame on me for making his driver responsible
> at first but that's the only driver I can reproduce this problem with
> so I don't know
> if there's a hardware / driver / base issue.
> The facts about my configuration etc. is in
> If you want more information please write me.
> Thanks and kind regards,
does anyone have an idea what's the difference or what _could_ be the
difference on loading a kernel module during boot or manually?
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