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Re: faster bootup by not scanning for hardware changes?



On Sat, 15 Apr 2006, Jacques B. wrote:

Unless I am mistaken, FC scans for any hardware changes on each
bootup, correct?  How can I disable that so that it uses the hardware
recognized in the last boot?  I'm guessing that would speed up the
boot process.  I imagine that most users don't change their hardware
very often.  If one could disable scan for hardware change and only
enable it when a change occurs that would be great.

Can it be done, or should this be posted somewhere else as a suggested
future feature?

There's "chkconfig kudzu off", but IIRC, kudzu is deprecated in favor of dynamic hardware checking in hal. Kudzu seems pretty fast these days anyway. You might save a few seconds.


Thanks,

Jacques B.




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