Книга: Embedded Linux Primer: A Practical, Real-World Approach

8.2.1. insmod

8.2.1. insmod

The insmod utility is the simplest way to insert a module into a running kernel. You supply a complete pathname, and insmod does the work. For example:

$ insmod /lib/modules/2.6.14/kernel/drivers/char/examples/hello1.ko

This loads the module hello1.ko into the kernel. The output would be the same as shown in Listing 8-5 namely, the Hello message. The insmod utility is a simple program that does not require or accept any options. It requires a full pathname because it has no logic for searching for the module. Most often, you will use modprobe, described shortly, because it has many more features and capabilities.

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