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Jun
28
answered Is it possible to tell what source loaded a Linux kernel module?
Jun
28
comment Is it possible to tell what source loaded a Linux kernel module?
@sourcejedi - I think you're on to something. I checked the c_can_platform and I see more aliases in there (see new edit), they're prefixed with of: and platform:, searching around a bit I found a script in /etc/init.d/udev which mentions platform devices, but my understanding of this line is "not to do anything when I platform device is added": ` --subsystem-nomatch=platform`
Jun
28
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Jun
28
comment Is it possible to tell what source loaded a Linux kernel module?
@VenkatC - Not sure if my distro supports initramfs. Do you have a good way to check? It's not listed in /proc/filesystems, and when I check my defconfig I see CONFIG_INITRAMFS_SOURCE="", not sure what that means yet I'll have to look it up but empty strings aren't normally promising.
Jun
27
comment Is it possible to tell what source loaded a Linux kernel module?
@sourcejedi - I dumped some info. Looks like c_can doesn't have an alias listed but has a dependency on can_dev. can_dev has an alias of rtnl-link-can but I don't see anything matching that in /sys/devices. I also checked /etc/udev for any other rules but the only entries are for touchscreen and Ethernet, nothing for CAN
Jun
27
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Jun
27
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Jun
27
revised Is it possible to tell what source loaded a Linux kernel module?
apparently I’ve lost my mastery of English grammar this morning...
Jun
27
asked Is it possible to tell what source loaded a Linux kernel module?
Mar
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Jun
4
answered Why isn't sda1 showing up in dev and how can I fix that?
Jun
4
comment Why isn't sda1 showing up in dev and how can I fix that?
@derobert - yes it does, I added the udev monitor information too. I was able to find the /devices/platform/.../sda1 path.. is that the same thing that /dev/sda1 would be pointing to?
Jun
4
asked Why isn't sda1 showing up in dev and how can I fix that?
Feb
14
comment Where do I place commands to automatically be exported for all users?
I can't vote to close my question as a duplicate, but @Braiam that one looks right to me. This should be closed as a dup of that one, thanks for finding it. I figured someone would have asked the same but I didn't locate it in my searching.
Feb
14
comment Where do I place commands to automatically be exported for all users?
@terdon - That's not a duplicate. That Question is how to get commands run for a specific user, which is why the Q and A's are all talking about ~/.profile, that doesn't solve my problem because I need this command done for all current and future users, which is why it needed to be done in the /etc/profile.d/ area
Feb
13
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Feb
13
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Feb
13
comment Where do I place commands to automatically be exported for all users?
That works. Thanks!
Feb
13
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Feb
13
comment Where do I place commands to automatically be exported for all users?
@Eddy_Em - Thanks.. so /etc/bashrc doesn't exist, but /etc/profile.d/ does. There's a couple of shell scripts in there. I take it I just add another one that does an export and that will be autorun?