The Linux kernel allows new kernel pieces to be loaded and old ones to
be unloaded while the kernel continues to run. These loadable pieces
are called modules, and can include device drivers and filesystems among
other things. This package includes program to load and unload programs
both automatically and manually.
This set does not include 'request-route' script nor kerneld (still
present in sources). It is compiled without support for 2.0 and early
2.1 kernels, see INSTALL if you want modutils to run on old kernels.
It includes insmod.static for mkinitrd.
Welcome to the Linux module utilities.
This release represents an almost complete rewrite of the utilities
compared to "modules-2.0.0", as well as a lot of "modutils-2.1.121".
The goals of these rewrites were to clean out accumulated kruft
(e.g. a.out isn't used anymore), make it easier to support different
architectures, improving performance and adding some new features.
These utilities are i
- Picked up Philip Blundell's changes from the opengroup CVS tree.
- Picked up RTH's changes from the opengroup CVS tree.
- Add support for ksymoops debugging of modules.
- Upgraded "create_syms" to be usable after a kernel "make modules_install"
- Added option "-q" to insmod and modprobe for silent loading.
- Depmod logic restructured, Test an extreme case w
kernelversion - program to report major version of kernel
kernelversion is a small program for Debian/GNU Linux to
report the major version of the kernel. This version is used
by the modutils package to calculate the directories for ker‐
CREATE_MODULE(2) Linux Module Support CREATE_MODULE(2)
DELETE_MODULE(2) Linux Module Support DELETE_MODULE(2)
GET_KERNEL_SYMS(2) Linux Module Support GET_KERNEL_SYMS(2)
INIT_MODULE(2) Linux Module Support INIT_MODULE(2)
init_module - in
QUERY_MODULE(2) Linux Module Support QUERY_MODULE(2)
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