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Re: Boot poster challenge



Hi,

I just ran it and the output seems to be a list of the ports installed
on a computer.
Here is the output and what it is:

NETWORK sis900                            Network card
AUDIO snd-intel8x0                          Sound Card
HD usb-storage                                 5 in 1 reader?
CAPTURE snd-bt87x                        TV tuner card - audio
CAPTURE bttv                                 TV tuner card - video
USB ehci-hcd                                   USB port
USB uhci-hcd                                   USB port
USB uhci-hcd                                   USB port
USB ohci-hcd                                   USB port
USB ohci-hcd                                   USB port
FIREWIRE ohci1394                        Firewire card

It doesn't seem to list stuff like the parallel and serial ports.

David


On Fri, 19 Nov 2004 15:14:51 +0100, Ralf Ertzinger
<fedora-devel camperquake de> wrote:
> Hi.
> 
> Bill Nottingham <notting redhat com> wrote:
> 
> > Ah, ok, that has the kmodule fix.
> 
> What exactly does kmodule do, anyway? I know it spits out a list of
> kernel modules to be loaded, together with the type, but how does it
> come up with the list?
> 
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