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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Kernel Commands


Note, some of the following commands refer to kernel modules, which are dynamically loadable objects that the kernel uses for a variety of tasks, such as hardware drivers.

depmod - Create a module dependency list.
insmod - Install a module.
modinfo - Display information about a module.
lsmod - List installed modules.
modprobe - Load or list loadable modules.
rmmod - Remove specified module.
sysctl - Configure kernel parameters at runtime.
uname - Display system information

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