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How to insert module in Kernel

You can insert the module in Kernel by using “insmod” but remember you require root login details. For the 2.6 kernel, this must be a kernel object (suffixed with .ko).If symbols exist within the module then they can be initiate at install time through the “insmod”. The following example will explain installing a module with an initial steps.

# insmod your_module.ko your_option=1

An error message will occur if there was an error while installing module with the above command.

July 25, 2011 - Posted by | Tips & Tricks, Unix/Linux | , ,

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