* Mark Knecht <markkne...@gmail.com> [120406 12:16]:
> On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 9:03 AM, Todd Goodman <t...@bonedaddy.net> wrote:
> > * Mark Knecht <markkne...@gmail.com> [120406 11:40]:
> > [..]
> >> To me it looks safe to emerge -C kmod and then emerge
> >> module-init-tools if you want to go that way. I'd do an equery files
> >> kmod and carefully study what you're getting with that package, or
> >> else push a bug request up to that package maintainer for providing a
> >> modprobe that's not 100% compatible.
> >> Good luck,
> >> Mark
> > udev-182-r2 and dracut depend on kmod.
> > So if the OP hasn't masked them then he needs kmod.
> > Todd
> I have the newer udev masked, but I do have dracut installed and don't
> need kmod here.
> My system is _mostly_ stable, not ~amd64, so possibly that's part of the
> - Mark
Hmm, I'd expect dracut to depend on virtual/modutils-0 then but
dracut-017-r3 sure doesn't seem to:
equery d kmod
Wait, I looked at the ebuild and it depends on either module-init-tools
or kmod so that's why.
So it looks like just udev-182-r2 depends upon it.
Sorry for the misinformation.