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Originally posted by GT I.N.C Ismod or rmmod don work???....i had this problem with the 'make' command, i didn install the package.....i removed the entries from the modules.conf
Something I've noticed is the moudles directory is empty
with 2.4.x as apposed to 2.2.x? But every thing still works?
How you suppose to know what modules you're have to work with if you cann't see them all?
You can manually delete them, if you want. You might want to check the makefile and see where "make install" put things, but really in the case of a driver, you're looking at less than 1 Mb of wasted disk space and as long as you edit that line out of /etc/modules.conf your machine isn't even going to burp with that extra code just taking up space.