With the latest kernel/module restructuring, the kernel is now installed
as /boot/kernel/kernel.ko.  So, basically, if one opts to _not_ build
modules w/kernel as per /etc/make.conf, no modules are installed in
/boot/kernel other than the kernel itself, kernel.ko.  This means that
various modules will not be found at boot time, since they are stored in
/boot/kernel.old.  To remedy this, I suggest we have an option in
/etc/defaults/make.conf to _not_ wipe out any modules in /boot/kernel
(except kernel.ko of course) if modules are not built with kernel.

Correct me if there already exists such an option.

- Donn

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