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  1. # You can define a list modules for a specific kernel version,
  2. # a released kernel version, a main kernel version or just a list.
  3. # The most specific versioned variable will take precedence.
  4. #modules_2_6_23_gentoo_r5="ieee1394 ohci1394"
  5. #modules_2_6_23="tun ieee1394"
  6. #modules_2_6="tun"
  7. #modules_2="ipv6"
  8. #modules="ohci1394"
  9. modules="fglrx"
  10.  
  11. # You can give modules a different name when they load - the new name
  12. # will also be used to pick arguments below.
  13. #modules="dummy:dummy1"
  14.  
  15. # Give the modules some arguments if needed, per version if necessary.
  16. # Again, the most specific versioned variable will take precedence.
  17. #module_ieee1394_args="debug"
  18. #module_ieee1394_args_2_6_23_gentoo_r5="debug2"
  19. #module_ieee1394_args_2_6_23="debug3"
  20. #module_ieee1394_args_2_6="debug4"
  21. #module_ieee1394_args_2="debug5"
  22.  
  23. # You should consult your kernel documentation and configuration
  24. # for a list of modules and their options.
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