[ntp:questions] Silly question.

Harlan Stenn stenn at ntp.org
Wed Dec 18 07:56:58 UTC 2013


DaveB writes:
> ...
> 
> I then looked up kldload as suggested, and did this....
> 
> # /boot/kernel >kldload -v ./pps.ko
> Loaded ./pps.ko, id=3
> # /boot/kernel >kldstat -q
> Id Refs Address    Size     Name
>  1    7 0xc0400000 1205064  kernel
>  2    1 0xc3998000 2000     blank_saver.ko
>  3    1 0xc533a000 3000     pps.ko
> # /boot/kernel >
> 
> So, that's an easier way to enable PPS support then, than recompiling 
> the kernel.  Yes?

Yes.

> If so, I'll go and read up about doing that at boot time via rc.conf or 
> loader.conf.
> 
> Would that be correct?   If so, which method is preferable?

I use /boot/loader.conf .

h


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