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Aug 31, 2019
Yes, This file assigns a kernel module to each network device. For Example :­ [[email protected] ~]# cat /etc/modprobe.conf alias eth0 b44 Here b44 is the kernel module for network device eth0. We can Confirm by following command (This module “b44” is present or not). [[email protected] ~]# lsmod |grep b44 b44 29005 0
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