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Old 07-19-2010, 06:04 PM   #1
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unload permanently some kernel modules

At first, I am sorry my English is not so good. My question is about to unload permanently some kernel modules. Particularly I focus on usb_storage module. I can unload it by modprobe or rmmod commands, but I see that as just a regular user plug his flash memory into usb port, the module is automatically loaded again. How can I restrict that in order a non-root user can use his flash only if the root user manually load the usb_storage module previously?
Thanks very much in advance,
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