[gentoo-user] list of kernel modules

2012-04-06 Thread András Csányi
Dear All, I'm a little bit confused regarding modprobe command. As far as I remember I used the command below to list all of kernel modules independently it's loaded or not. modprobe -l or modprobe -L But now I can see that there is no -l or -L for this command. When have changed this command or

Re: [gentoo-user] list of kernel modules

2012-04-06 Thread Michael Mol
On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 10:02 AM, András Csányi sayusi.a...@sayusi.hu wrote: Dear All, I'm a little bit confused regarding modprobe command. As far as I remember I used the command below to list all of kernel modules independently it's loaded or not. modprobe -l or modprobe -L But now I can

Re: [gentoo-user] list of kernel modules

2012-04-06 Thread Joshua Murphy
On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 10:02 AM, András Csányi sayusi.a...@sayusi.hu wrote: Dear All, I'm a little bit confused regarding modprobe command. As far as I remember I used the command below to list all of kernel modules independently it's loaded or not. modprobe -l or modprobe -L But now I can

Re: [gentoo-user] list of kernel modules

2012-04-06 Thread Mark Knecht
On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 7:02 AM, András Csányi sayusi.a...@sayusi.hu wrote: Dear All, I'm a little bit confused regarding modprobe command. As far as I remember I used the command below to list all of kernel modules independently it's loaded or not. modprobe -l or modprobe -L But now I can

Re: [gentoo-user] list of kernel modules

2012-04-06 Thread András Csányi
On 6 April 2012 16:43, Joshua Murphy poiso...@gmail.com wrote: On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 10:02 AM, András Csányi sayusi.a...@sayusi.hu wrote: Dear All, I'm a little bit confused regarding modprobe command. As far as I remember I used the command below to list all of kernel modules independently

Re: [gentoo-user] list of kernel modules

2012-04-06 Thread András Csányi
On 6 April 2012 16:57, Mark Knecht markkne...@gmail.com wrote: I've been away for a few days so I'm possibly behind on an update but modprobe -l works for me: c2stable ~ # which modprobe /sbin/modprobe c2stable ~ # equery belongs /sbin/modprobe  * Searching for /sbin/modprobe ...

Re: [gentoo-user] list of kernel modules

2012-04-06 Thread Mark Knecht
On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 8:05 AM, András Csányi sayusi.a...@sayusi.hu wrote: On 6 April 2012 16:57, Mark Knecht markkne...@gmail.com wrote: I've been away for a few days so I'm possibly behind on an update but modprobe -l works for me: c2stable ~ # which modprobe /sbin/modprobe c2stable ~ #

Re: [gentoo-user] list of kernel modules

2012-04-06 Thread Todd Goodman
* Mark Knecht markkne...@gmail.com [120406 11:40]: [..] To me it looks safe to emerge -C kmod and then emerge module-init-tools if you want to go that way. I'd do an equery files kmod and carefully study what you're getting with that package, or else push a bug request up to that package

Re: [gentoo-user] list of kernel modules

2012-04-06 Thread Mark Knecht
On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 9:03 AM, Todd Goodman t...@bonedaddy.net wrote: * Mark Knecht markkne...@gmail.com [120406 11:40]: [..] To me it looks safe to emerge -C kmod and then emerge module-init-tools if you want to go that way. I'd do an equery files kmod and carefully study what you're

Re: [gentoo-user] list of kernel modules

2012-04-06 Thread Todd Goodman
* Mark Knecht markkne...@gmail.com [120406 12:16]: On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 9:03 AM, Todd Goodman t...@bonedaddy.net wrote: * Mark Knecht markkne...@gmail.com [120406 11:40]: [..] To me it looks safe to emerge -C kmod and then emerge module-init-tools if you want to go that way. I'd do an

Re: [gentoo-user] list of kernel modules

2012-04-06 Thread Mark Knecht
On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 9:21 AM, Todd Goodman t...@bonedaddy.net wrote: SNIP So it looks like just udev-182-r2 depends upon it. Sorry for the misinformation. Todd Not a problem. So this problem is really just for folks running ~amd64 as all this new udev stuff as well as kmod aren't marked