There are no predefined conventions or standards as far as configuration files are concerned.

Configuration files are used for operation system settings, server processes or software applications.

Configuration files are also known as config files.

If you're trying to make your system re-detect your network card (and re-attempt to load kernel modules for it), then you need to look into hardware detection (recent distros use udevd, but RHL9 is far from recent).

// Available cache drivers are "file" and "memory" define('CACHE_DRIVER', 'memory'); // Cache folder to use if cache driver is "file" (must be writeable by the web server user) define('CACHE_DIR', DATA_DIR.

DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR.'cache');// Enable/disable email configuration from the user interface define('MAIL_CONFIGURATION', true); // E-mail address used for the "From" header (notifications) define('MAIL_FROM', '[email protected]'); // Mail transport to use: "smtp", "sendmail" or "mail" (PHP mail function) define('MAIL_TRANSPORT', 'mail'); // SMTP configuration to use when the "smtp" transport is chosen define('MAIL_SMTP_HOSTNAME', ''); define('MAIL_SMTP_PORT', 25); define('MAIL_SMTP_USERNAME', ''); define('MAIL_SMTP_PASSWORD', ''); define('MAIL_SMTP_ENCRYPTION', null); // Valid values are "null", "ssl" or "tls" // Sendmail command to use when the transport is "sendmail" define('MAIL_SENDMAIL_COMMAND', '/usr/sbin/sendmail -bs');// Run automatically database migrations // If set to false, you will have to run manually the SQL migrations from the CLI during the next Kanboard upgrade // Do not run the migrations from multiple processes at the same time (example: web page background worker) define('DB_RUN_MIGRATIONS', true); // Database driver: sqlite, mysql or postgres (sqlite by default) define('DB_DRIVER', 'sqlite'); // Mysql/Postgres username define('DB_USERNAME', 'root'); // Mysql/Postgres password define('DB_PASSWORD', ''); // Mysql/Postgres hostname define('DB_HOSTNAME', 'localhost'); // Mysql/Postgres database name define('DB_NAME', 'kanboard'); // Mysql/Postgres custom port (null = default port) define('DB_PORT', null); // Mysql SSL key define('DB_SSL_KEY', null); // Mysql SSL certificate define('DB_SSL_CERT', null); // Mysql SSL CA define('DB_SSL_CA', null);// Enable LDAP authentication (false by default) define('LDAP_AUTH', false); // LDAP server hostname define('LDAP_SERVER', ''); // LDAP server port (389 by default) define('LDAP_PORT', 389); // By default, require certificate to be verified for ldaps:// style URL.

Set to false to skip the verification define('LDAP_SSL_VERIFY', true); // Enable LDAP START_TLS define('LDAP_START_TLS', false); // By default Kanboard lowercase the ldap username to avoid duplicate users (the database is case sensitive) // Set to true if you want to preserve the case define('LDAP_USERNAME_CASE_SENSITIVE', false); // LDAP bind type: "anonymous", "user" or "proxy" define('LDAP_BIND_TYPE', 'anonymous'); // LDAP username to use with proxy mode // LDAP username pattern to use with user mode define('LDAP_USERNAME', null); // LDAP password to use for proxy mode define('LDAP_PASSWORD', null); // LDAP DN for users // Example for Active Directory: CN=Users, DC=kanboard, DC=local // Example for Open LDAP: ou=People,dc=example,dc=com define('LDAP_USER_BASE_DN', ''); // LDAP pattern to use when searching for a user account // Example for Active Directory: '(&(object Class=user)(s AMAccount Name=%s))' // Example for Open LDAP: 'uid=%s' define('LDAP_USER_FILTER', ''); // LDAP attribute for username // Example for Active Directory: 'samaccountname' // Example for Open LDAP: 'uid' define('LDAP_USER_ATTRIBUTE_USERNAME', 'uid'); // LDAP attribute for user full name // Example for Active Directory: 'displayname' // Example for Open LDAP: 'cn' define('LDAP_USER_ATTRIBUTE_FULLNAME', 'cn'); // LDAP attribute for user email define('LDAP_USER_ATTRIBUTE_EMAIL', 'mail'); // LDAP attribute to find groups in user profile define('LDAP_USER_ATTRIBUTE_GROUPS', 'memberof'); // LDAP attribute for user avatar image: thumbnail Photo or jpeg Photo define('LDAP_USER_ATTRIBUTE_PHOTO', ''); // LDAP attribute for user language, example: 'preferredlanguage' // Put an empty string to disable language sync define('LDAP_USER_ATTRIBUTE_LANGUAGE', ''); // Allow automatic LDAP user creation define('LDAP_USER_CREATION', true); // LDAP DN for administrators // Example: CN=Kanboard-Admins, CN=Users, DC=kanboard, DC=local define('LDAP_GROUP_ADMIN_DN', ''); // LDAP DN for managers // Example: CN=Kanboard Managers, CN=Users, DC=kanboard, DC=local define('LDAP_GROUP_MANAGER_DN', ''); // Enable LDAP group provider for project permissions // The end-user will be able to browse LDAP groups from the user interface and allow access to specified projects define('LDAP_GROUP_PROVIDER', false); // LDAP Base DN for groups define('LDAP_GROUP_BASE_DN', ''); // LDAP group filter // Example for Active Directory: (&(object Class=group)(s AMAccount Name=%s*)) define('LDAP_GROUP_FILTER', ''); // LDAP user group filter // If this filter is configured, Kanboard will search user groups in LDAP_GROUP_BASE_DN // Example for Open LDAP: (&(object Class=posix Group)(member Uid=%s)) define('LDAP_GROUP_USER_FILTER', ''); // LDAP attribute for the group name define('LDAP_GROUP_ATTRIBUTE_NAME', 'cn');// Enable/disable the reverse proxy authentication define('REVERSE_PROXY_AUTH', false); // Header name to use for the username define('REVERSE_PROXY_USER_HEADER', 'REMOTE_USER'); // Username of the admin, by default blank define('REVERSE_PROXY_DEFAULT_ADMIN', ''); // Default domain to use for setting the email address define('REVERSE_PROXY_DEFAULT_DOMAIN', '');// Available log drivers: syslog, stderr, stdout or file define('LOG_DRIVER', ''); // Log filename if the log driver is "file" define('LOG_FILE', __DIR__. I presume you mean to update modules.conf, and then want a command which will apply it to the currently running system without rebooting (since rebooting will use the new anyways).Is it an issue of not knowing which modules changed and need to be Yes, that's it.The problem that I am having though is when I have the line alias eth1 rt61, it loads the modules on boot, but when I try to bring up the interface using ifconfig eth1 up, it returns eth1: unknown interface: No such device.So I've been trying to play around with the alias and options in to try to get the interface [email protected] The alias options in do not have anything to do with ethernet interfaces, and the configuration file is always used by modprobe with whatever latest edits you've made.# nmcli conn NAME UUID TYPE DEVICE eth0 74315f7c-1573-4150-9c0e-e06ad28cac95 802-3-ethernet eth0 # # nmcli conn edit eth0 ===| nmcli interactive connection editor |=== Editing existing '802-3-ethernet' connection: 'eth0' Type 'help' or '?