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comment Determine whether kernel built-in driver supports a device
I might be misunderstanding, but I don't think that's what I'm looking for. The config will tell me whether a particular driver is built in, but not whether that driver supports the particular PCI ID that I need a driver for. Is that right?
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comment Determine whether kernel built-in driver supports a device
Thanks, but yea, that doesn't really give me anything I don't already know.
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comment What creates /etc/hosts (RHEL 5.5)
Thanks for the link proving my assumption and I look forward to the change in RHEL 6; I think that's better.
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answered Effect of entries in /etc/securetty
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comment How do I clear Bash's cache of paths to executables?
+1. I had not idea, but had a similar problem with the id command.
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