On Mon, 13 Jun 2005, John Orford wrote:
> Unfortunately the ndiswrapper module isn't being told to load from
> /etc/modules (I'm using Ubuntu), I was trying not to have
> ndiswrapper load up at boot and made sure that ndiswrapper wasn't
> in /etc/modules.
modprobe uses /etc/modules.conf for option information, so:
echo 'options ehci_hcd log2_irq_thresh=4' >> /etc/modules.conf
is all you need to do.
> Any other ideas will be gratefully accepted :)
Stewie gave you the relevant pointers for you to solve your problem.
Above spells it out even further.
GRUB can't solve your problem.
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