The following script will tell you which dynamically loaded drivers are running, although I would also like an automated way of figuring out which compiled in modules are actually in use also so I could de-bloat my kernel some more. Post as a guest Name. Sign up using Facebook. A kernel module may control more than one device usbhid. You can find it here:

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CONFIG_DMA_ENGINE: Support for DMA engines

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CONFIG_INTEL_IOATDMA: Intel I/OAT DMA support

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I’m not sure how relevent the rest of this is to your question but thought you or others might find it useful. Creative Labs SB Audigy rev 03 0b: Enngine script adapted from another in “Linux Kernel in a Nutshell” partially resolves 1: In other cases, the driver just doesn’t exist.

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In some intfl the devices are internal to the MB and I don’t even know a way to find the real name of the device. Broadcom Corporation BCM I’m sorry I don’t know how to fiddle out this information yourself in sysfs, but it must be somewhere if HAL is able to find it: There is a script by Andreas Goelzer which with slight modification inteo turn off all unused kernel modules in your.

Post as a guest Name. For instance, lspci on a server PowerEdge gives: Well this is a little late, and maybe at that time didn’t even exists, but lspci -n or better lspci -k should fix the problem; for instance:.

This will tell you which kernel options to enable. Sign up using Facebook. You can find it here: How can I know if a device is supported on a running Linux and if so, which device driver controls it?

Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_DMA_ENGINE: Support for DMA engines

For instance, lspci on a server PowerEdge gives:. The following code will figure out which. Sign up using Email and Password. In some cases the driver is compiled in e.

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Well this is a little late, and maybe at that time didn’t even exists, but lspci -n or better lspci -k should fix the problem; for instance: The following script will tell sreies which dynamically loaded drivers are running, although I would also like an automated way of figuring out which compiled in modules are actually in use also so Serjes could de-bloat my kernel some more.

A kernel module may control more than one device usbhid.

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But I don’t know a way to tell the difference. Email Required, but never shown. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our serids terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.