However, there are other ways to get a module to load at boot.
You could edit you /etc/conf.d/local file and add a modprobe line there after the local_start() function.
First, edit your /etc/conf.d/local file, and find the beginning of the local_start() function, and change it so it looks like this:
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# Added line
modprobe ov51x-jpeg forceblock=1
if [ -e /first_time_run ]; then
This is definitely a work-around, but it should work.