Lesson three of Linux kernel programming course on its way.

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It will take a few hours to recover from loading, unloading, setting up, tearing down, loading and unloading piles and piles of bike race stuff but I'm confident that, by the end of the day, lesson three will be a done deal. Check back later.

UPDATE: It's up. Go wild. have fun.

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Automatic loading of modules

I have a doubt. Doesn't all the modules that we compile with the kernel using 'make menuconfig' get loaded automatically during startup? I couldn't see some modules getting loaded automatically and some doesn't. What is the procedure for this?

Modules that aren't needed won't be loaded.

Not all modules that you compile with a kernel will automatically be loaded at boot time, only those that are actually required.

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