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Re: Disabling hardware detection



Jacques B. wrote:
> I know you can disable hardware detection, but can't find how to do
> it.  Once FC5 has properly booted up and recognized your existing
> hardware (and hence the config files are ok) can you not disable
> hardware detection to speed up booting?  If so, how is that done in
> FC5?  I haven't added hardware in quite some time.  And if I do, I can
> simply re-enable it.

The kudzu service is what does this detection. You can disable it with the
graphical system-config-services tool, or via chkconfig as root.
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