Utilities to Load Modules into the Kernel

Utilities for loading kernel modules. Included are 'insmod', 'lsmod',
'rmmod', 'depmod', and 'modprobe'. The configuration file
/etc/modprobe.* can be used to pass parameters to the modules. 'depmod'
should be used after compiling a new kernel to generate the dependency
information. 'insmod' does not use the dependency nor the options file.
Therefore, 'modprobe' is normally used to load a module.

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10-unsupported-modules.conf 0000000532 532 Bytes over 10 years
README.SUSE 0000000335 335 Bytes almost 13 years
depmod-00-system.conf 0000000449 449 Bytes over 10 years
modprobe.conf.tar.bz2 0000002458 2.4 KB about 10 years
module-init-tools-3.12-pre3.tar.bz2 0000937173 915 KB over 9 years
module-init-tools-manpages.diff 0000017258 16.9 KB about 9 years
module-init-tools-suse.diff 0000010179 9.94 KB about 9 years
module-init-tools-upstream.diff 0000001717 1.68 KB over 9 years
module-init-tools.changes 0000055582 54.3 KB about 9 years
module-init-tools.spec 0000005809 5.67 KB about 9 years
weak-modules 0000008942 8.73 KB about 11 years
weak-modules2 0000019292 18.8 KB about 9 years
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