loadmods - loadable modules to load into the running kernel during
The /etc/loadmods file contains the names of dynamically loadable
kernel modules that are loaded into the running kernel at boot time.
If the system administrator wants a dynamically loadable kernel module
to be demand loaded on every system reboot, s/he may add the name of
the module to this file.
If the /etc/loadmods file is present at boot time, the
/sbin/init.d/kminit script executes the kmadmin command and demand
loads the modules listed in the file.
An entry for a module consists of a line of the following form:
The specified module must have been configured as loadable (see
Blank lines and lines beginning with `#' or `*' are considered
comments and are ignored.
config(1M), kmsystem(1M), kmadmin(1M), master(4).
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