"modprobe" Can't do that for you (as far as I know). You can obtain this info from "/sys/module/<<MODULENAME>>/parameters/<<PARAMETER NAME>>". [by KermitDaFragger]
on 08/18/2012 – Made popular on 08/18/2012
Googling turns up several variations of editing /etc/modules or /etc/modprobe.conf.
/etc/modprobe.conf doesn't exist in the trusty (Mint Mate based on 14.04 LTS) installation I'm running, just /etc/modprobe.d with several files there.
/etc/modules does, however, the "loop" module is not curently loaded, and I have 8 loopbacl deives available, so I suspect adding a parameter to module l
Well it is true that I have been playing with installing ATI propietary drivers today, but now I reverted back to open source drivers. I double checked that nowwhere inside "/etc/modules-load.d/" i load module "fglrx". I allso double checked that nowwhere inside "/etc/modprobe.d" i blacklist an unexisting module...
Ok, i've finally figured it out. If I understand it correctly, the problem lies in the slow initialization of the drive's firmware to be ready to be scanned by the usb_storage kernel module. If you look at the output of "cat /sys/module/usb_storage/parameters/delay_use" it shows the value "1" (second).
http://farrand.net/sony-vgn-t1xp.shtml and http://www.seismo.ethz.ch/static/linux/ … linux.html both state the audio uses theintel8x0 module.It seems possible udev / system don't detect your audiochip automagically , thus don't load that module.Is that module loaded on your system ?