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Do I have to compile the kernel every time, even for a small change?

In my project I configure the kernel (2.6.32) in block/ioctl.c. We all know that kernel compiling and building takes few hours. Even for a small change, I'm compiling from scratch. So is there any way ...
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Loading module 8192cu fails

I 'm running Angstrom Linux (3.0.7) on embedded device BeagleBoard-xM. I want to load a module (downloaded from here) and copied into: /lib/modules/3.0.7/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/rtlwifi/8192cu.ko ...
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usb kernel module does not load on demand but works fine with insmod and modprobe from the shell

I have a USB Linux Kernel module that compiles and builds. Running insmod loads my module and dmseg and tail -f /var/log/debug shows me it works as expected. Running depmod -a then modprobe from the ...
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What is the purpose of kernel module dm_mirror a.k.a. dm-mirror?

When running an $ lsmod command, the output lists: dm_mirror 21715 0 dm_region_hash 15984 1 dm_mirror dm_log 18072 2 dm_region_hash,dm_mirror I have tried to ...
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Is there a way to monitor the Shareable Objects (.so) loaded on launch of a specific application?

I've been through dependency issues, but, finally, have my application running. The problem is I need to force install of some old libraries with dpkg to achieve this, which, in turn, breaks my ...
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Can't find module six.py when reverse engineering python project?

I'm trying to reverse engineer this project: MPL on my ubuntu system. I'm using epydoc to do this. If I run it and target the main __init__.py file, I get an error saying module six.py can't be found. ...
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Wheezy: how to actually blacklist ehci_hcd?

I'm installing wheezy on a Thinkpad T41. Those are known to have USB2 related problems, which can be avoided by not loading ehci_hcd. But I can't figure out how to actually prevent ehci_hcd to get ...
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How can I automatically include all firmware needed by selected Linux kernel modules

I have certain modules which I need compiled into the kernel. Some of these modules require firmware, which used to be automatically included from /usr/src/linux/firmware/. However, no new firmware ...
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The curous incident of the missing ppa.ko in debian 3.11 kernel?

Ok. Running a version of LDME with a kernel of 3.11-2-amd64 ( basically debian testing). Suddenly with the installation of this particular kernel the module ppa.ko is gone. Further an apt-file search ...
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Why linux is a monolithic kernel, while you can load/unload modules (e.g. drivers)? [duplicate]

Hybrid- and Microkernels are flexible, in the way one can add any higher-level functionality as a module, is it not the same for linux kernels? Why then linux is called a monolithic?
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Different version of Python cannot find modules

In my Suse system I have these 2 versions of Python: # which python2.6 # /usr/bin/python2.6 # which python2.4 # /usr/local/bin/python2.4 2.6 is the system one, and 2.4 was compiled by me. If I ...
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Adding ALSA module in Python in Linux

I have recently started working in linux, I wanted to to add ALSA module in my Python. I have used this, sudo apt-get install libasound2-dev After that I've installed pyalsa package, pyalsa ...
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TUN/TAP Will not load

I have an OpenVZ server but can't seem to get the tun/tap module to load. I ran modprode tun on the hostnode but when I go under the VM I get: Tue Sep 24 03:08:36 2013 Note: Cannot open TUN/TAP dev ...
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Module dependencies [closed]

In a system, I need to use module load gcc/4.4.7 to get access to gcc to compile foobar.c into foobar. When I run foobar, does gcc/4.4.7 need to be loaded, say to ensure certain libraries are ...
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Kernel module blacklist not working

I'm trying to figure out how to blacklist modules, and I'm trying it on the usb storage. Unfortunatelly it seems ot have no effect, and I get the module in even if it's not used (apparently). My ...
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Virtual mouse linux module and problem with Xorg on ubuntu 12.04

I'm trying to run virtual mouse driver from book "Essential Linux Device Drivers" but when I'm load this module into kernel using insmod in /var/log/Xorg.0.log I see: [ 757.212] (II) config/udev: ...
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(debian) installing mod_qos on apache results in error on start

I installed the mod_qos module using the steps found here, every step went perfectly fine without any problems, however, when attempting to restart the apache service it returned the following error: ...
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Disadvantages of linux kernel module?

I am trying to understand the disadvantages of using Linux kernel modules. I understand the benefits of using them: the ability to dynamically insert code into a running system without having to ...
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after enabling Xinerama (in AMD condor Dual-Head Graphics Card) the system graphics hangs

I have a problem in my AMD Condor Dual-Head Graphics Card When I enable Xinerama from "System → Preferences → AMD Catalyst Control center (Administrative)" my RHEL Server 6.3 (x64) Graphics hangs. ...
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Is there any solution Like SharePoint in Linux?

We have three server SharePoint , Project Server and CRM and we want to change them and migrate to Linux solutions. Now we have to change SharePoint by Linux solution ? we want to have a solution ...
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Building kernel module

I have a 3rd party device driver which I am trying to cross-compile. When I build the driver everything goes smooth but I don't see any driver.ko file, however driver.o file is generated fine and I ...
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Arch modules not loading on start?

I keep getting errors on startup in Arch relating to my rc.conf: failed to load module "wl" failed to load module "lib80211" etc. It lists all the modules in my /etc/rc.conf This is my full ...
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How to submit a Linux module upstream?

I've written a useful kernel module for a specific fan controller that I want to submit upstream. Where can I find an address to submit my module? Do I need it make GPL or can I use a less ...
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lsmod returns nothing on my embedded device

I have put a vendor supplied embedded Linux installation (called X-Linux) onto a hardware device. I ran lsmod to see what modules are loaded and nothing at all is shown. Also there is no /proc/modules ...
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Binding lsmod module name with kernel configuration menu entry

Lets suppose I have a module named "mptsas". How can I find out, what kernel configuration menu entry (make menuconfig inside /usr/src/linux) corresponds to that module? By 'corresponds' I mean what ...
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Load module from the boot menu

Is there a way to insert/load a module at the boot menu in Suse? I'm referring to the menu in the screenshot below (this isn't from my machine, just a similar screenshot I took from the web). I ...
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How to generate Module.symvers?

I recently went through Unpacking kernel-source rpm off-system (OpenSuse)?; and as it took > 10 h on my machine, imagine my surprise that after doing the process described there, I find no ...
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How can I pass module parameters for bonding driver when compiled into kernel 2.4?

I have an old 2.4 kernel based linux device using NIC Bonding. Instead of having the NIC Bonding module build as a module and modprobe'ed into the system, its compiled directly into the kernel. I'd ...
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Localhost .htaccess not working on Ubuntu

I have been trying to get my .htaccess file to work on my localhost. I know that the file works because it is on my server and works. However it doesn't seem to be working locally. I have followed ...
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How can I test a kernel module in a mobile device?

I'm writing a module for the Linux kernel. When this module is ready, I'd like it to run in any device running the kernel. How can I test it in an Android phone? Do I need to recompile the whole tree ...
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List unused module

Is it possible to list down unused modules? lsmod would only list down dependency by modules, right?
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wacom pen & touch cth-460 on debian [closed]

Following instructions at http://lik.noblogs.org/post/2010/05/07/wacom-debian/ Though, i downloaded and built linuxwacom-0.8.8-11 ./configure --enable-wacom ...
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Where can I find information on Linux device driver parameters?

I want to work on Linux module programming (Device Drivers). And as a my college project I have to do profiling or benchmarking of a kernel modules based on various parameters. Everywhere I looked, I ...
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Mod_Auth_MySQL will not compile under Slackware 13

I tried to add the auth_mod_auth (3.0.0) module to my Slackware 13 (apache 2.2 & MySQL 5.0) system. I ran the usual command line for apxs (as mention in the BUILD file) apxs -c -L/usr/lib/mysql ...
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“Linux supports the dynamic loading of kernel modules. ”

I read in a book written by Robert Love that: Linux supports the dynamic loading of kernel modules. He said this is the difference between Linux and Unix, but I seem to recall there is also KLD ...
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load program/module at boot

I'm trying to load a program I wrote at boot. The program is also a module.ko and a small bash script. For the module I tried doing depmod mymodule.ko and modprobe -a and messing around with modprob ...
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Benefit of kernel module compiled inside kernel?

What's the benefit of compiling kernel modules into the kernel (instead of as loadable modules)?