Originally Posted by linuxunix
I dont see config.gs under /proc.
I have been trying out in RHEL and Ubuntu.
THe file is config.gz.
And as I said, if it is not compiled into the kernel you will not have it.
You can also check it in /boot/config-xxxx
(at least in rhel). This is the config where the kernel is compiled with.
Furthermore to see if a driver is installed for a hardware device you have on your machine, you should use dmesg.
This gives all messages from kernel bootup and also the detected devices and the messages thrown by the modules that they need.