> I am running Redhat Linux 5.0 (kernel 2.0.32). I can load the module
> for my SCSI card after the system has booted by using a command such as
> "insmod aha152x aha152x=0x140,11,7" ("modprobe aha152x" also works and
> alias and options are set in /etc/conf.modules). What I want to do is
> get the system to load this module, with these options, by itself every
> time I boot Linux. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
Put the command in one of your /etc/rc.d/ files somewhere after
depmod has run, but before you want to use any SCSI devices.
Alternatively compile your kernel with kerneld (the module auto-
loader) and read the modprobe manual pages to find out how to
have options passed automatically. -- err actually-- it looks like
you have that bit.
The SCSI host adapter driver should get loaded whenever a SCSI
driver is loaded. However, I think you have to alias scsi_hostadapter
to the name of your device. You need to check this but I think it's
alias scsi_hostadapter aha52x
options aha52x ..........
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