[driverloader] Having to reinstall driverloader after reboot

David Wood obsidian at panix.com
Thu May 6 20:49:21 EDT 2004

I wonder if dldrconfig is really necessary or it's simpler, and you just
need to configure your startup scripts to load the module and bring up
the interface. 

IIRC the redhat systems have a command called redhat-network-config or
something like that; have you used it to set up the network interface?

On debian I had to use the network config tools to set up the interface,
and also modify the startup script to insure the driverloader module was

On Wed, 2004-05-05 at 13:52, Lonnie Mask wrote:
> Hi,
> I am trying out your driverloader on an emachines M5312, running Redhat 9.  
> I can get it up and running, but every time I reboot I end up having to 
> rerun dldrconfig and enter the default values for the questions in order to 
> get it to work.  I am learning Linux (having been a Windows programmer for 
> years now), and so while I can figure out enough to get the driverloader 
> running again, I have no idea what needs to be set up in order to make this 
> automatic.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Having to restart every 
> time is the one thing keeping me from purchasing.
> Lonnie
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