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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

       autosysconfig  - Maintains the list of dynamic kernel subsystems
 that are automatically configured

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

       /sbin/init.d/autosysconfig add | delete | list [subsystemname]

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

       Use  the  autosysconfig  program  to maintain the kernel's
       list of dynamic subsystems that are automatically  configured
  at each system startup. The following list describes
       the autosysconfig commands: Adds a  dynamic  subsystem  to
       the list.  At each system startup, the specified subsystem
       is automatically configured into the kernel.  (The  object
       module that contains the subsystem must exist in the /subsys
 or /var/subsys directory for  automatic  configuration
       to  work  correctly.)  You must specify the subsystem-name
       parameter with the add command.  Deletes a dynamic subsystem
  from the list.  At each system startup, the specified
       subsystem is omitted from the kernel.   You  must  specify
       the  subsystem-name  parameter  with  the  delete command.
       Lists the dynamic subsystems that are  automatically  configured
 at system startup.

       The  system  issues  the sysconfig -c command to configure
       dynamic subsystems at system startup.  The subsystems  are
       added  to the kernel during the execution of the init program.

       No dynamic  subsystems  are  automatically  configured  by
       default.   You  must  add  a subsystem name to the list to
       enable automatic configuration of that subsystem.

EXAMPLES    [Toc]    [Back]

       The following are examples of using the autosysconfig command:
 To add a subsystem to the list of automatically configured
  subsystems,  issue  the  following   command:   #
       /sbin/init.d/autosysconfig add lat

              This  command  adds  the  lat (Local Area Terminal)
              subsystem to the list.  To see what subsystems  are
              on   the  list,  issue  the  following  command:  #
              /sbin/init.d/autosysconfig list  Current  automatic
              configuration  list  includes the following dynamic
              subsystems: lat

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

       Commands: sysconfig(8), sysconfigdb(8)

       System Administration

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