Quick Q: do I need to reboot linux after adding/loading an LKM
Let's say that I have connected a device to my Linux-based PC, I have the driver on a disk and the instructions say that I need to load/add the driver to the kernel
I am just a simple noob so I navigated to the disk and used
Do I have to reboot after that? or my device will just start working straight away?
Also how do I automate this process at each startup? I mean it would be a hassle to run the command every time I switch my PC on