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NOTE: Enable the udevd service if you opt to load a module at boot
      as the daemon is needed to setup whatever drivers you load.

      SEE: https://k1ss.org/wiki/Managing-Services


USING /etc/inittab (busybox-init)

A module can be loaded at boot by adding a single line to 
your /etc/inittab.

::once:/bin/modprobe 


USING /etc/rc.d (all inits)

A module can be loaded at boot by adding a boot hook to your 
/etc/rc.d folder. The file must end with `*.boot`. Assume that the 
file is named /etc/rc.d/load-modules.boot.

/bin/modprobe 

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