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Linux OpenSUSE Boot scripting

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LoudonM

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Hi guys,

Bit of an unusual one but I'm new to linux and I need halp :D

I've got openSUSE running on a laptop but I have to reload the wireless drivers to the kernal after it boots to the OS otherwise I get no wireless access.

I need to add
sudo /sbin/depmod -a
sudo /sbin/modprobe -v b43

to the startup routine.

How do I do it?

I cba to type it in every time I login :D

regards

Mark

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I'm surprised Craig has not helped you out with this as he seems to be a Linux expert,or so. ;)

Andy

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Hehe, Hey Andy.

I only posted it a couple of hours ago. I'm sure he'll get round to it :D

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Have a look at /etc/init.d/skeleton Mark...

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Have a look at /etc/init.d/skeleton Mark...


Cool, I'll give that a look, thanks Adrian :D

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