kmod - Linux kernel module handling
kmod is a set of tools to handle common tasks with Linux kernel modules like
insert, remove, list, check properties, resolve dependencies and aliases.
These tools are designed on top of libkmod, a library that is shipped with
kmod. See libkmod/README for more details on this library and how to use it.
The aim is to be compatible with tools,
libkmod - linux kernel module handling library
libkmod was created to allow programs to easily insert, remove and
list modules, also checking its properties, dependencies and aliases.
there is no shared/global context information and it can be used by
multiple sites on a single program, also being able to be used from
threads, although it's not thread safe (you must lock expli
First version of kmod and its library, libkmod.
In the libkmod it's currently possible to:
- List modules currently loaded
- Get information about loaded modules such as initstate, refcount,
holders, sections, address and size
- Lookup modules by alias, module name or path
- Insert modules: options from configuration and extra options can be
passed, but flags are not impl
* config: configs that do not need to be matched by fnmatch() could be using a
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