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Each loaded module has an entry in /sys/module. But there are also kernel components with an entry in /sys/module that are not loaded as modules. Each kernel component that can be built as a module has an entry in /sys/module, whether it is compiled and loaded as a module or compiled as part of the main kernel image. lsmod gets the list of loaded modules ...


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The DHCP client daemon (dhcpdc, dhclient, etc) are programs that are started during the init process. These programs are not always directly invoked by init, but rather the program that handles networking will do this when an interface is configured to use dhcp. For example, netctl is one such program distros use to manage the networking interfaces. This ...


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udev will automatically detect devices and load the appropriate module. You can stop Debian from loading the wl module automatically by adding your own blacklist item in the modprobe.d directory. As root create a file in /etc/modprobe.d that ends with the file extension .conf and inside put: blacklist wl You will then be able to load the module manually ...


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I fixed my problem by reinstalling the drivers. First I tried to reinstall it with yum (because it was initially installed in this way) but that didn't help. So I removed it and downloaded drivers from NVidia official cite. Installation was done according to this instruction. After that everything worked. As for LKMs: $ lspci -k | grep -A 2 -i "VGA" ...


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"make modules_install install" tries to build initrd image on /boot partition, which has 162 megabytes free, which is simply not enough. If you want to compile kernel yourself on Ubuntu, you need to prepare at least 1GB free space on /boot partition.



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