Andrew nitr0 at
Wed Jan 12 17:24:11 UTC 2011

12.01.2011 18:15, David Henderson пишет:
> So far in my project, I've been loading the kernel modules (drivers) 
> manually in the startup scripts. This is, obviously, far from ideal as 
> this will only allow the OS to work on a fixed set of hardware. I've 
> been investigating how to use mdev to install the drivers for detected 
> hardware (e.g. network cards). So far, it looks like I'll have to 
> setup a script that's called by mdev to process any kernel modules 
> related to the hardware in /etc/mdev.conf. The problem I've found is 
> that I can't really find an example of how to do this with mdev (udev 
> seems to use $MODALIAS with /etc/udev/scripts). I've also searched the 
> busybox documentation for mdev which doesn't cover this topic. Can 
> anyone point me to some relevant documentation/example, or provide 
> something to get me started?
> Thanks,
> Dave
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For cold-plug hardware detection I used simple modalias search + 
modprobe by aliases (5 lines in script). Works perfectly with full 
modprobe, on tiny variant of modprobe (which loads just 1st matching 
module) it fails sometimes for devices like IDE controllers that have 2 
or more corresponding modules (for ex., generic ata which matches by 
device class&etc and vendor driver which match VenID/DevID). You can see 
it in LEAF v4.

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