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101.1 Determine and Configure Hardware


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modprobe
Automatically loads (or unloads) any dependant modules and is usually the preferred way of loading kernel modules (replacing the deprecated 'insmod' and 'rmmod' utilities)
lsusb
A utility for displaying the information about USB buses and associated connected devices in the system. By default reads the /dev/bus/usb directory for contents and configuration
/proc/
Contains virtual system information
/proc/interrupts
This path shows the IRQs in use on the system
/proc/dma
This path displays DMA addresses in use on the system
lsmod
List modules currently loaded by the running Linux kernel
insmod
Older method used to insert modules into the running Linux kernel
rmmod
Older method used to remove modules from the running Linux kernal