I'm not sure whether the problem of loading secondary usb modules is a
problem in 4.x but it is easy to try.

Boot a machine without usb support compiled in. after login, kldload
usb, then the miibus and then the if_aue modules. If that works, you
should be ok.

I cannot test this as at the moment as I don't have a STABLE box (will
have once the first RC comes out of JKH factories).


On Mon, 30 Oct 2000, Takanori Watanabe wrote:

> In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Tatsumi Hosokawa さんいわく:
> >
> >I moved PCI/PCCARD/USB if_xx.ko driver to mfsroot.flp, and I've got
> >100KB of free blocks in the first floppy.  If we move more drivers to
> >mfsroot.flp or coming drivers.flp, we can get not only free blocks in
> >the first floppy, but also more installation devices.
> Just FYI: If usb itself is module-ifed,
> USB ether modules cannot be  load until MODULE_DEPEND,MODULE_VERSION
> is defined.
> Takanori Watanabe
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