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i need to insert module on every boot so i don;t want to do it manually , in Debian i just had to put the name of the module ( ...
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    i need to insert module on every boot so i don;t want to do it manually , in Debian i just had to put the name of the module ( in my case svgalib_helper ) in /etc/modules , but it doesn't seem to work in Slackware .

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    You could place a modprobe statement in one of your initscripts, or compile the module into the kernel.

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    hello
    for slackware its /etc/rc.d/rc.modules. you can also use /etc/rc.d/rc.local as well

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    that's it , thanks

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