@kaszak696, it shouldn't matter that the ssb and bcma modules are blacklisted if the OP is trying to use the b43 module. Blacklisting will just ensure that the modules are not explicitly loaded. So if they are still required for another module, then they would still be loaded when that other module is modprobe'd. If you want o actually fully disable a module I believe y
Whenever I login to our remote cluster, and when I typed "module list". There are always several unwanted modules loaded. These modules are not listed in my .bashrc file.
It seems other administrator has changed the module initialization step. Are there any files or commands can change the default module loading step? I only know about "module init".
This is certainly a valid question, and unfortunaetly, I do not know the answer. But what I find very curious is that the module does not load when under normal circumstances, and then wouldn't even load when being put in /etc/modules-load.d by the OP. Though when included in the initramfs, it is loaded. Modules within the initramfs are still in a situation where they are au