Hi, I have a kernel module installed for my wifi card and I'm trying to replace it with the latest version of the module. I'm running debian but I chose to install it from the source rather than package it and install that. However, now I can't figure out how to uninstall it. I know 'modprobe -r rt2400' removes it (and it does - that works), but when I reboot the module is back again. Even if I've install the newer version since... The old one remains, and the new one is nowhere to be seen. I tried 'make uninstall' in the source directory for the module, but there's no uninstall in the makefile, so that didn't work.
How can I get rid of this nuisance old module so I can get the new one in place? Please help
Also, just a quick irrelevent question to add to the end of this: Is there a way to scroll up and down in a terminal (not in X)? page up and page down don't seem to work, nor does it work if I try holding shift, ctrl, or alt (or any combination of those three), while pressing page up and page down. How is it done?
Thanks for any replies.