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This option causes modprobe to remove, rather than insert a module. If the modules it depends on are also unused, modprobe will try to remove them, too. Unlike insertion, more than one module can be specified on the command line (it does not make sense to specify module parameters when removing modules).
There is usually no reason to remove modules, but some buggy modules require it. Your kernel may not support removal of modules.
Print messages about what the program is doing. Usually modprobe only prints messages if something goes wrong.
This option is passed through install or remove commands to other modprobe commands in the MODPROBE_OPTIONS environment variable.
-i --ignore-install --ignore-remove
This option causes modprobe to ignore install and remove commands in the configuration file (if any), for the module on the command line (any dependent modules are still subject to commands set for them in the configuration file). See modprobe.conf(5).
This option does everything but actually insert or delete the modules (or run the install or remove commands). Combined with -v, it is useful for debugging problems.
Another way is to use index=-2 in the file where you set the index before.