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Old 04-10-2005, 03:10 AM   #1
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Unhappy how to know whether a driver or other module build-in kernel ?


hello!
Maybe you think my issue is very oddness.
yes, I think that also.

how to know whether a driver or other module build-in kernel ?
such as usb-ehci modules, my kernel bzImage compiled by manual,but .config file was lost .

whether I can find a clue from /proc directory?

any idea or clue give me ?
 
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lsmod ???.
Also have a look at this post. Amazing what the search function returns.
 
  


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