[driverloader] Re: on driverloader 2.04
Cristiano De Michele
demichel at na.infn.it
Tue Aug 17 20:02:14 EDT 2004
On Tue, 2004-08-17 at 18:40, Linuxant support (Jonathan) wrote:
> in both DriverLoader 1.77 and DriverLoader 2.04, since Debian uses the
> 'chkconfig' program to manage init scripts, the DriverLoader init script
> have 11 as start priority.
> If you want to change the start priority of DriverLoader, please edit
> the file '/etc/init.d/driverloader' and change the following line :
> # chkconfig: 2345 11 91
> 11 is the start priority of DriverLoader and the last number (91) is the
> kill priority of the service. You can use this simple formula to obtain
> the kill priority :
> kill_prio = 100 - start_prio
> After you have made changes to this file, please run the following
> command in a root shell :
> chkconfig driverloader reset
> This command will update the contents of the '/etc/rcN.d' directories.
> Technical specialist / Linuxant
> support at linuxant.com
I'm on debian unstable and I do not have apparently command
I also searched for it doing
apt-file search chkconfig
but such a command is not in any debian package...
> Cristiano De Michele wrote:
> > On Tue, 2004-08-17 at 00:29, Linuxant support (Jonathan) wrote:
> >>if you have a CardBUS (32-bit PCMCIA) wireless device, the is the normal
> >>behavior that the 'pcmcia' service must be started before the
> >>'driverloader' service. The 'pcmcia' service will make your wireless
> >>device available in the output of the 'lspci' command so when the
> >>DriverLoader module is inserted into the kernel, the module will be able
> >>to find the wireless device. As you noticed, the 'driverloader' service
> >>does insert the DriverLoader module in the kernel.
> > yes I have a cardbus device (USR805410 pcmcia card)
> > but in this case driverloader debian package should create a symbolic
> > link under /etc/rcNN.d/ with a sequence number greater than 20, that is
> > the sequence number for pcmcia-cs on debian.
> > Driverloader debian package set 14 as sequence number for driverloader
> > init script.
> > Probably does driverloader 1.77 set a sequence number greater than 20
> > while 2.04 does not?
> > regards Cristiano
> >>Technical specialist / Linuxant
> >>support at linuxant.com
> >>Cristiano De Michele wrote:
> >>>I recently installed driverloader 2.04 on my debian unstable and I noted
> >>>that if driverloader module is loaded before pcmcia (through
> >>>/etc/init.d/driverloader init script) then wireless interface does not
> >>>come up.
> >>>On the contrary if I start pcmcia first and then driverloader, interface
> >>>comes up regularly.
> >>>I did not have such a problem with version 1.77.
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