jamesp at hisser.org
Mon Mar 24 13:49:40 GMT 2003
Thanks for your help. I agree now it does make sense *banging head on
table to remove linux knowledge* ;)
Yeah I agree I could disble USB in the bios - it's not really what I was
concerned about, I don't mind if it's there, I just did't _expect_ it to
be there, and wanted to understand more about how FBSD works.
On Mon, 24 Mar 2003, John Murphy wrote:
> james <jamesp at hisser.org> wrote:
> >However I'm would have expected the module not to have been compiled. I do
> >have /boot/kernel/usb.ko - what if I don't even want it to be there in the
> >first place? Or am I thinking too much like a Linuxer ? :)
> You can put:
> NO_MODULES= true # do not build modules with the kernel
> in /etc/make.conf to avoid building them, but you'll still have the old
> ones on the HD of course, though they aren't exactly massive. Have a look
> at /etc/defaults/make.conf for other options you can set in /etc/make.conf.
> (touch /etc/make.conf if it's not there.)
> You can probably disable the USB ports in the BIOS. That will stop the
> probing and module loading.
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