This adds a blacklist= kernel command line argument. It blocks
module loading during the install and writes a
/etc/modprobe.d/anaconda.conf file to block loading on reboot.
This is only for RHEL5, RHEL6 already has this feature.
Tested on a KVM install of RHEL5.6 DVD with multiple blacklist= entries.
Brian C. Lane (5):
Add global vars to retain parsed /proc/cmdline (#569883)
Convert earlyModuleLoad to use cmdline_argv (#569883)
Check blacklist= for the module name before loading it (#569883)
Write /tmp/anaconda.conf (#569883)
Copy module blacklist to target system (#569883)