Corey Cox sleepnir at usa.net
Thu Dec 21 10:17:16 PST 2000

Simon Perreault <nomis80 at videotron.ca> wrote:
> >  Also will it be any faster to run in the
> > kernel?
> Nope. A module is just fine. But I only use modules for two reasons:
> 1) If the module is not always in use, it could save memory to only load it
> when you need it.
> 2) If it can only be compiled as a module.
> My NIC driver does not fit into any of those, so I compile it right into
> kernel. It's just a matter of taste anyway.

I must have been unclear... I understand modules and I have that working
just fine.  I want to change it to running in the kernel (because network
will always be running) how do I pass the kernel these parameters?

my network module is currently ne irq=5 io=0x240.  Thanks in advance.

Corey Cox.

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