R.Marek at sh.cvut.cz
Thu Jun 17 15:42:56 CEST 2004
On Thu, 17 Jun 2004, William wrote:
> Hello Rudolf;
> There is no /etc/modules in my OS.
> I'm wondering if it should be pasted into the specified folder as
> something other than a text file. I don't yet know how to do this.
Do you know the module names?
If not, just after sensors-detect exits there is written what modules
should be inserted for your system. You need to edit /etc/rc.d/rc.modules
Its a text file, writable by root.
lines are like
#this is comment
You will just add for EXAMPLE
Step 2: How to edit this file.
Simplest way is to check if you have some textmode editor, like
vi, vim or joe.
become root with this command:
(type your root password)
Now use cursor keys, backspace to delete just like any other editor.
When done editing, press and hold ctrl key and press k x
your file is saved.
If you use vi or vim, type
press i key
use cursor lines to go to the end of file add
To abort editing simply close terminal window.
I hope this helps for now.
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