Determining if a DLKM needs to be configured
To determine if a DLKM is configured:
Change directory by executing
List the contents of the directory.
Is the module-name listed?
If no, the DLKM has not been configured.
If yes, the DLKM probably has been configured.
A DLKM can be loaded from any place by specifying
the full path to the
Therefore, this procedure cannot give you the complete result.
If a module was loaded by specifying the full path
rather than registering it with the kernel using the
idbuild -M module-name
command, the DLKM mechanism will not know about it and a later load may fail.
Configuration is a necessary first step toward using a dynamically
loadable kernel module, but it still needs to be loaded
before you can use it.
Determining which DLKMs are currently loaded
Determining if a module can be configured as a DLKM
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 05 June 2007