Re: Loading Kernel Modules

From: Andrea Vettorello (andrea.vettorello_at_gmail.com)
Date: 11/17/04

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    On Wed, 17 Nov 2004 13:34:21 -0500, Paul Tsai <paul@thirdaspect.net> wrote:
    > Hey all,
    > I'm compiling a custom kernel 2.6.6 on my Toshiba laptop. One of the
    > things I've noticed is that it keeps loading the intel_agp and the
    > agpart modules. Now in the kernel, I specified to not compile agpart
    > module. however it loads. Only thing is I don't want it to load cause I
    > want to use nvidia's agp modules. (I simply renamed the modules so they
    > can't load but the errors on startup annoy me). Is there a file
    > somewhere where it specifies what modules load?
    >

    Reporting the error message would be better, anyway, look if the
    module name is present in /etc/modules or if you are using "hotplug",
    black list it.

    > In addition, I was trying to locate my sound drivers (I had it compile
    > all the modules for sound and the sound worked). Unfortunately I
    > mistakenly removed it and then put it back but now when I run xmms i get
    > a libmikmod.so.2 not found... Any ideas?
    >

    Are you talking about kernel modules to use your sound card or audio
    file with .mod extension?

    IIRC libmikmod is used by xmms to play .mod and similar audio files,
    maybe you need to install "libmikmod2".

    Andrea

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