I am adding files to /etc/modprobe.d, and a README of some software that I'm installing advised to run update-modules afterwards.

$ sudo update-modules
-bash: update-modules: command not found

What is the equivalent of this program in CentOS 6.4? Or is update-modules deprecated? What is the new program called?

  • Did you try sudo yum update – mkc Jan 30 '14 at 14:27
  • @Ketan, I don't have my Linux system right now. I am installing this software manually. It's not in any public repository. What does yum update have to do with the modules governed by modprobe? – Kit Jan 30 '14 at 14:39
  • Sorry I misread your question. – mkc Jan 30 '14 at 14:51

the update-modules command has been deprecated for some time. The equivalent is:

depmod -a

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