I have had bad experiences with loading modules anywhere except
/boot/loader.conf and even so there is some hacking in the rc to make
it work fine for example:

(sleep 5;ntfs-3g ....)& is the last line in the rc


>
> Remember that this is the loader which will be loading the
> module, so if /usr is a separate partition then this will not work as
> /usr doesn't get mounted until much, much later in the boot process...
>
> Alternatively, if you're using your own home-brew rc script, why not
> just add a kldload fuse into it?
>
> --Antony
>
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