load configured loadable kernel modules
/etc/conf/bin/idmodload [-r root] [-f modlist] [-#]
One of the Installable Driver Tools (idtools) for
idmodload loads all the configured loadable kernel modules
listed in /etc/loadmods, or in another file
as specified with the -f option.
A kernel module is considered to be
configured if one or more entries
in the module's sdevice file
contains the value Y in the ``configure'' field.
The idmodload command is executed automatically
on every system reboot in sysinit
This command is not intended to be executed directly and may
be changed or eliminated in a future release.
idmodload takes the following options:
load all the configured loadable kernel modules listed in modlist,
instead of the default file, /etc/loadmods
use all the configuration information under the root directory,
instead of the default directory, /etc/conf
print debugging information
An exit value of zero indicates success.
If an error occurs, an error message is reported for
each error, and the command exits with
a return value of 1.
If the error is a failure in loading a module, an error
message with the module name and module type is
included with the error message, then the command continues processing
the other modules listed in /etc/loadmods.
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004