I red the introduction of them and found that, they both deal with module loading during boot time.
So, what's the difference of these two different configuation ways?
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Distributions which use SysV init scripts where systemd is not available used to load modules on init listed in /etc/modules or /etc/modules.conf (from the kmod job).
In distributions where systemd is available systemd-modules-load.service reads files from:
to load kernel modules during boot in a static list.