Originally Posted by LinuxPro
I have given the command 'modprobe <module-name>'. even tried gvng '/sbin/modprobe <module-name>'.But it always throws an error '<module> not found.
I also tried with few options, but nothing worked out
That's your problem! As a example from the cli you would issue: modprobe b43
Where b43 is the module name for a Broadcom device. You enter the module name that you wish to implement with the modprobe command not the example <module name> which is just a label example.
What is the driver name you wish to use for the equipment/device? To use it you would do: ~#modprobe driver #where drive is the <module name> in the example just replace driver with the module name.