[mythtv-users] TV won't play unless you run mythbackend manually from a console (Success)

Michael Jones m_g_j at michaelandholly.com
Thu Jun 30 19:02:45 UTC 2005

That would be a REALLY useful function, but alas.. FC3 doesn't use it..

>> With Debian-based distros, the *proper* way to load a hardware module
>> at boot time is to add the module's name to the list in /etc/modules
>> and allow the /etc/init.d/module-init-tools script load it at the
>> appropriate moment during the boot-up sequence.  The module-init-tools
>> script uses modprobe to load each listed module so the dependencies
>> would automatically be loaded (assuming depmod ran without errors to
>> build the dependency tree).
> Running FC and RHEL for my backends/frontends so I don't think that
> works for me (prob wrong though). Would be a lot cleaner though! I'd
> got everything in rc.local whilst testing, and as it worked, hadn't
> looked for alternative solutions for FC backends.
> Nick
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