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Ubuntu 15.10 modified kernel module won't load - must be done manually

A module called alx, which drives my Qualcomm AR8161 Ethernet, loads up on boot and is visible with lsmod. This module is buggy. I found the patches, download the source code for my running kernel, ...
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Uninstalled driver on Linux Mint still loads when USB plugged in

I have installed a DKMS driver for a USB device from a PPA. I am making changes to the code and trying to uninstall the driver with apt-get --purge remove, but when I plug in the device, the kernel ...
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Linux module blacklist GUI

Is there a GUI like application that lists all the kernel modules that are inserted at boot-time, with a little description and with an option to remove them? P.S. I'm aware of the manual mode with ...
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Whitelist USB drivers(kernel modules)

I am looking for a way to configure a whitelist of allowed usb drivers on Fedora. All other USB drivers should not be loaded. What's the simplest way to do so? I know how to blacklist drivers using a ...
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Disable “longhaul” kernel module with a GRUB command?

I've got a problem with a VIA C3 (1GHz)-system: the system freezes immediately when the CPU frequency goes under 731MHz because of an incompatibility with the (not completely implemented) i686 ...
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Start a module at startup on gentoo

I use gentoo. I have a module nammed "cgosdrv" (for instance). I can launch it without problem with "modprobe cgosdrv" (as root) I want to start it automatically at startup, so I add to ...
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Where can I find the origin of specific modprobe conf option to erase it?

When I do modprobe -c |less The configuration files contains: options nouveau modeset=1 options bbswitch load_state=0 unload_state=1 options b43 nohwcrypt=1 qos=0 options rd md=0 options rd dm=0 ...
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How add mppe to Debian kernel 3.2.54-2 x86_64

I use debian. 3.2.0-4-amd64 # 1 SMP Debian 3.2.54-2 x86_64 GNU / Linux. I'm trying to setup pptpd, but I'm having trouble adding support "mppe". I' m searching "kernel-patch-mppe" on the debian site ...
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Building modules with linux kernel for custom flavor

I followed the instructions for building a custom kernel and booting it. Everything works fine, except that when building it, I used the option skipmodule=true (as given in this link), so I guess the ...
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How to compile the linux without any audio codecs?

I want "no audio" functionality in an embedded system. So, any idea about how to configure kernel without any audio? Thanks.
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How do I figure out why systemctl service “systemd-modules-load” fails?

For some time I've seen some red text flashing by during boot. Today I decided to look into it. The systemctl service systemd-modules-load.service is failing with this text: tomas@bonus-debian:~$ ...
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3g modem is not recognized as an ethernet device without rebooting

I have two CentOS5 servers with kernel versions 3.4.52 and Huawei e353 usb 3g modem. When I plug the modem to my server usb_modeswitch runs and I can see the modem as an ethernet device with ifconfig ...
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Making hardware profiles for Linux installation

So, I've got a ArchLinux installation on /dev/sda11, and I've imported it into VirtualBox using raw host partitions. Right now, I can boot it both directly and through VirtualBox. The problem is the ...
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How do I compile a module with different active kernel/kernel-after-reboot versions?

Let me explain, I updated my kernel but have to recompile the wifi module to work with the new one. The thing is, I can't reboot and compile, because it's my media server to which I only have access ...
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How do I compile DKMS module for multiple kernel image versions in Debian?

I have versions 3.16 and 4.0 of linux-image package installed. During login I can select which kernel I want to boot in the "advanced options" menu item. However, when I install a DKMS module it is ...
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Linux - How to list all device nodes using a specific device driver

I know I can see what driver is being used for a device node if I know the major and minor number of the device(see this link). But I want to know if there's a way to list all device nodes that are ...
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How to see Kernel Oops/Panic? and provide “proof”

I'm doing this assignment and I'm kind of confused on providing proof for kernel oops/panic static int __init hello_init(void) { printk(KERN_INFO "Hello world!\n"); return 1/0; ...
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Atheros AR928X cannot connect to Nokia Lumia Hotspot on latest 4.4 kernel (OpenSuse Tumbleweed)

I've changed distribution from Linux Mint Rafaela to the latest OpenSuse Tumbleweed, and after doing that: my wifi adapter doesn't see anymore the wifi(802.11n) created by the Nokia Lumia phone. ...
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Why is a dkms module still installed in “dkms autoinstall” after “dkms remove --all”?

I have the flashcache dkms module in /var/lib/dkms/flashcache/1.0-235-g4754b66cfe56. I ran dkms remove flashcache/1.0-235-g4754b66cfe56 --all multiple times, but everytime I run dkms autoinstall the ...
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Problems with attaching device to kernel module

everyone. I have special USB device (chinese touchscreen), what I need to connect to my computer with Linux. By default, Linux assign connected device to usbhid (I found this info by execute ...
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developing and loading custom linux modules

I really need this code to work for a cubietruck which is similar to raspberry pi, but the translation on the page from google is not good enough to me. I need servos to work and this looks like the ...
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Gre tunnel keep-alive for linux?

Is there a gre keep-alive kernel module or such that can be used on Linux 2.6? I would like to use gre keep-alive on linux.
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Install PCI card driver in debian squeeze

I want to install a PCI adc card on my system. The drivers are delivered as .ko files for Debian. As told in the users manual I tried to add this module to the kernel by using: insmod xxx.ko, ...
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VMWare kernel module updater fails

I'm trying to launch VMWare workstation on ubuntu 12.04 LTS. When i launch it, it says "Before you can run VMware, several modules must be compiled and loaded into the running kernel", if i hit ...