>Synopsis: boot.cfg(8) does not mention about relative path for the
>Arrival-Date: Fri Sep 05 16:55:00 +0000 2008
>Originator: Juan RP
The boot.cfg(8) manpage mentions the following for the load option:
"Used to load kernel modules, which will be passed on the kernel for
initialization during early boot. The argument is the complete path and file
name of the module to be loaded. May be used as many times as needed."
Right, but this part should also mention that by default the code tries to
guess the NetBSD version and adjusts the path for the modules automagically, so
on a freshly installed system you would only need:
and this will load the module from /stand/<arch>/<version>/modules/foo/foo.kmod.