Where's /etc/modprobe.d/options gone?

marc gmane at auxbuss.com
Wed Apr 22 11:41:46 UTC 2009

marc said:

> Nils Kassube said:
>> marc wrote:
>>> I need to add an options line to modprobe, but /etc/modprobe.d/options
>>> no longer exists!
>> Don't panic!
>> It is still supported by the kernel, however the filename needs the
>> .conf extension, i.e. /etc/modprobe.d/options.conf would be the file
>> you create to save your options. Actually the filename doesn't matter
>> as long as the .conf extension is used.
> Thanks, Nils. I'll give that a go then. I eventually found some Debian
> dev notes that imply the same thing and also some mutterings about this
> not being supported longterm.
> It would be good to know the plan for this change and the specifics.

And just to add that this worked. So, now I can access my ttys and I 
think pretty much everything is working in Jaunty.


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