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MODPROBE(8)                                  modprobe                                 MODPROBE(8)

NAME
       modprobe - Add and remove modules from the Linux Kernel

SYNOPSIS
       modprobe [-v] [-V] [-C config-file] [-n] [-i] [-q] [-b] [modulename]
                [module parameters...]

       modprobe [-r] [-v] [-n] [-i] [modulename...]

       modprobe [-c]

       modprobe [--dump-modversions] [filename]

DESCRIPTION
       modprobe intelligently adds or removes a module from the Linux kernel: note that for
       convenience, there is no difference between _ and - in module names (automatic underscore
       conversion is performed).  modprobe looks in the module directory /lib/modules/`uname -r`
       for all the modules and other files, except for the optional configuration files in the
       /etc/modprobe.d directory (see modprobe.d(5)).  modprobe will also use module options
       specified on the kernel command line in the form of .

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