Is it possible to check what drivers from linux kernel source are used for currently working devices in the system? I know that usually device drivers are written as kernel modules, but some of them have cryptic names and I would want to see if there is some listing that would say: deviceA : moduleA (or inform me that driver was built to the kernel during compilation)
I need to modify some source code of current hardware drivers and I was wondering what is the easiest way to pinpoint exactly which drivers my hardware is using.
To be exact I wanted to know what drivers are used by my keyboard, mouse, hard drive and network card.
I am using Ubuntu 12.04 distribution.