if agpgart isn't loaded, then you can't remove it. i obviously misunderstood your question. when you type lsmod you get a list of the modules that are loaded into memory. anything that is _not_ listed is not using any memory (just a little disk space), so it probably isn't worth worrying about. the whole point of building things as modules is that you can unload them if you're not using them.
EDIT: i finally understand. it's trying to load and failing every time you boot, so you want to stop it from trying in the first place. right? i'm not sure where it gets called. the hotplug blacklist didn't work eh? i'm at work right now so i can't investigate on my own, but you could look through your startup scripts in /etc/rc.d and see where it gets loaded, and comment out that line.
Last edited by mcd; 04-15-2005 at 07:37 PM.