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Old 12th July 2011, 05:25 PM
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Question Proper way to load module on startup.

I rebooted my computer and noticed the aoe module didn't load. (had to do a modprobe aoe)

What's the proper way to have this start at boot time? (rather than something like doing a modprobe aoe in the rc.local
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Old 12th July 2011, 05:30 PM
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Re: Proper way to load module on startup.

sudo nano /etc/modules.load.d/aoe.conf

make the contents of the file contain:

"aoe"

---------- Post added at 05:30 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:30 PM ----------

sudo nano /etc/modules.load.d/aoe.conf

make the contents of the file contain:

"aoe"
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