I want to remove the nf_conntrack module from debian. However I don't want to do this until I know how to get it back (if I have to), and currently am not confident about this. The steps another user took to remove the module are listed in this answer (step 4).
I have the nvidia module blacklisted in /etc/modprobe.d/modprobe.conf.I have bbswitch set to turn the card off when it loads up using "options bbswitch load_state=0 unload_state=0" in /etc/modprobe.d/modprobe.conf.I have confirmed that the bbswitch module believes these configuration options are set, and I know that the card is successfully turned off when Bumblebee loads up.But when I l
Hello there! I'm asking this question mostly because I do not know exactly how to go about getting the answer.
This isn't a problem, really, but when I boot my system modprobe automatically loads 'psmouse' module for the touchpad on my laptop. Which is great, and would be really great if I didn't happen to have a wireless mouse around.
I've installed r8168 because supposedly it's better than r8169 (it seems like the NIC is faster under WIN7). Then I blacklisted r8169 per the wiki. Then I rebooted, and r8168 didn't load automatically.
So I am having trouble integrating a module into my kernel. The module that I'm looking to install is wistron_btns , I apparently need this module to turn on my wifi switch, as this key maps the led switches that control these things.
I have a machine with Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit, i have the need for blacklisting a module, i have blacklisted it in blacklist.conf but nothing happened; i have solved my problem passing modprobe.blacklist=<module> as argument to the GRUB command line.