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autosysconfig(8)					     autosysconfig(8)



NAME

  autosysconfig	- Maintains the	list of	dynamic	kernel subsystems that are
  automatically	configured

SYNOPSIS

  /sbin/init.d/autosysconfig add | delete | list [subsystem-name]

DESCRIPTION

  Use the autosysconfig	program	to maintain the	kernel's list of dynamic sub-
  systems that are automatically configured at each system startup. The	fol-
  lowing list describes	the autosysconfig commands:

  add Adds a dynamic subsystem to the list.  At	each system startup, the
      specified	subsystem is automatically configured into the kernel. (The
      object module that contains the subsystem	must exist in the /subsys or
      /var/subsys directory for	automatic configuration	to work	correctly.)
      You must specify the subsystem-name parameter with the add command.

  delete
      Deletes a	dynamic	subsystem from the list.  At each system startup, the
      specified	subsystem is omitted from the kernel.  You must	specify	the
      subsystem-name parameter with the	delete command.

  list
      Lists the	dynamic	subsystems that	are automatically configured at	sys-
      tem startup.

  The system issues the	sysconfig -c command to	configure dynamic subsystems
  at system startup.  The subsystems are added to the kernel during the	exe-
  cution of the	init program.

  No dynamic subsystems	are automatically configured by	default.  You must
  add a	subsystem name to the list to enable automatic configuration of	that
  subsystem.

EXAMPLES

  The following	are examples of	using the autosysconfig	command:

   1.  To add a	subsystem to the list of automatically configured subsystems,
       issue the following command:
	    # /sbin/init.d/autosysconfig add lat

       This command adds the lat (Local	Area Terminal) subsystem to the	list.

   2.  To see what subsystems are on the list, issue the following command:
	    # /sbin/init.d/autosysconfig list
	    Current automatic configuration list includes the
	    following dynamic subsystems:
	    lat







SEE ALSO

  Commands: sysconfig(8), sysconfigdb(8)

  System Administration