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Installing WireGuard on Nvidia Tegra boards?

I am working with Nvidia Tegra SBCs for a custom application. The application uses the Nvidia GPU that is specific to these boards. The system is running aarch64 (arm64) Unubtu 22.04 Linux. I need to ...
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System boots with error in systemd-modules-load.service

During the boot of my homeserver (RHEL9), I noticed an error message regarding systemd and some kernel module. I checked the following: [root@homeserver ~]# systemctl status systemd-modules-load....
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How to include network drivers in the initramfs for PXE booting?

I am working on setting up PXE Booting on a HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen10 Server. The server has a HPE Ethernet 100Gb 1-port 842QSFP28 Adapter for the network interface. We have a custom linux kernel that ...
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Linux Kernel Module loading in Docker container - Runaway Usage

When starting a docker container on an Amazon Linux 2 instance, I load a kernel module. I first unload the module, and load it again so that if the kernel module is updated, the newest version will be ...
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Re-compressing XZ kernel module?

I have a kernel module produced by kernel option CONFIG_MODULE_COMPRESS_XZ. When I manually decompress the file with unxz and re-compress with xz, the new .ko.xz file differs from the original .ko.xz ...
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debian update fails on buildine "new" kernel

my current version $ cat /etc/*elease* PRETTY_NAME="Debian GNU/Linux 12 (bookworm)" NAME="Debian GNU/Linux" VERSION_ID="12" VERSION="12 (bookworm)" ...
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How to load modules on Synology NAS on boot?

I have a Synology NAS (DSM 6.2.4) and I would like to load usbserial.ko and cp210x.ko on boot. When I run: sudo insmod /lib/modules/usbserial.ko sudo insmod /lib/modules/cp210x.ko The drivers work ...
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Prevent vfio from loading for ethernet and wifi devices when using it for GPU

00:1f.4 SMBus [0c05]: Intel Corporation Comet Lake PCH-V SMBus Host Controller [8086:a3a3] DeviceName: Onboard - Other Subsystem: Micro-Star International Co., Ltd. [MSI] Comet Lake PCH-V ...
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Set number of threads when auto compiling kernel

I use Ubuntu as main operating system. I have found that when a new kernel is included in a system upgrade, during the upgrade, certain kernel-related items are compiled (kernel modules?). During this ...
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Can't load new modules/driver due to "Exec format error" / "Skipping invalid relocation target"

I'm trying to update the driver for our Intel C62x Chipset QuickAssist Technology add-on card, but getting the mentioned errors when I try to load the modules. I haven't done this in a while, but I ...
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RHEL8 based system has multiple kernels but module will only load in one of them

As the title says I have multiple kernels on my system 4.18.0-193.19.1.el8_2.x86_64 4.18.0-240.el8.x86_64 4.18.0-372.26.1.el8_6.x86_64 Issue is I am using mpt3sas on my system and when i installed it ...
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how can I list all static builtin drivers in kernel, such as pcieport and pciehp?

with lspci I can see things like: Slot: 00:02.0 Class: PCI bridge [0604] Vendor: Red Hat, Inc. [1b36] Device: QEMU PCIe Root port [000c] Driver: pcieport In dmesg I can see pcieport 0000:00:02.0: ...
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Module ip_tables not found after upgrade

Since I upgraded recently my Ubuntu server from 20.04 to 22.04 I have an issue with Docker. Docker will not start any more after reboot, because of the ip_tables module. After every reboot of Ubuntu ...
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ip link add test_team_slave type team_slave - RTNETLINK answers: Operation not supported

Trying to set up teaming on a Crux Linux with a custom kernel. I have teamd and teamdctl already installed on my system, I managed to find kernel modules for teaming and successfully enabled them. ...
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How can I add `snd-aloop` kernel module on public Debian 10(buster) image provided by GCP?

Background I am trying to enable snd-aloop module on a Compute Engine instance running public Debian 10 (buster) image provided by GCP. Output of uname -a: Linux *** 4.19.0-18-cloud-amd64 #1 SMP ...
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RockyLinux: unable to load cifs module

I have installed RockyLinux 8.5 and am trying to mount a directory via cifs. I get the following error message: # mount -t cifs -o user=<remarked>,domain=<remarked>,password=<remarked&...
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BTRFS on RHEL8 - compiling kernel module or making userspace tools work

Context I recently installed RHEL 8 without realizing that it no longer supports BTRFS. Unfortunately, I have 4 disks in BTRFS RAID10. I don't have enough space on my other disks to hold the data ...
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How to find out which kernel module opened a socket?

When I try to find the process for an opened socket using e.g. ss I get the following output: ❯ sudo ss -tulpen Failed to open cgroup2 by ID Failed to open cgroup2 by ID Netid State Recv-Q Send-Q ...
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Linux module load

I have one question one of my Linux box which is RHEL 7.8 the module joydev is loaded on one server but not on the other server. Server A => Module joydev is loaded successfully Server b => ...
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kernel BUG at ./include/linux/skbuff.h:4470 leads Server to Hang

Server with linux version 5.5.0-050500-generic and OS version Ubuntu 20.04 LTS I have two interface which are connected to ovs bridge. As per normal flow packets are redirected to one interfcae to ...
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Linux kernel version with (uname -r) does not show distribution version, where can I get the kernel source for this kernel?

I'm trying to compile a specific kernel module for my linux machine running on a hosted dedicated VPS. The VPS instance is running Ubuntu 20.04 64bit. In order to get the source code for the kernel I ...
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iptables kernel module missing after upgrade from Ubuntu 18.04 -> 20.04

After a release upgrade from Ubuntu 18.04 to 20.04 (focal), the iptables kernel module is missing: root@server:~# iptables -L modprobe: FATAL: Module ip_tables not found in directory /lib/modules/5.4....
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RTX 2070 + Fedora 31: nvidia_modeset error freezes computer just before login

I'm experimenting an error -which I'll describe next- with the following Linux system: Fedora 31 - kernel: 5.5.17-200.fc31.x86_64 GPU is ASUS RTX 2070 SUPER with drivers 440.82, also CUDA 10.1 and ...
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Getting network UNCLAIMED in Debian 8.3

When i check for lshw , i get following result user@user# lshw -c network *-network description: Ethernet interface product: I210 Gigabit Network Connection vendor: Intel ...
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Is buddyinfo valid in virtual machines

Buddyinfo shows number of contiguous pages for each order available. Since virtual machine treats host's virtual memory as its physical memory does any kernel module allocating higher order memory ...
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Unable to print the message sent from user space C application to Linux kernel module

I have developed a simple Linux kernel module : #include <linux/init.h> #include <linux/module.h> #include <linux/fs.h> ssize_t exer_open(struct inode *pinode, struct file *pfile) {...
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selinux blocks unconfined service from loading kernel module

I have a daemon running as unconfined_service_t SELinux type, on Redhat Enterprise Linux 8: # ps -eZ | grep savd system_u:system_r:unconfined_service_t:s0 693 ? 00:00:00 savd It is trying to load a ...
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What do the modified times under Debian's /sys directory mean?

Earlier today I did a full system image restore from backup. Shortly thereafter when I ran: # find / -type f -printf "%TY-%Tm-%Td %TT %p\n" | sort -r I noticed the files under /sys directory had ...
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How to load ip_nat_pptp module in ubuntu?

How can the module ip_nat_pptp can be loaded in Ubunutu 18.04.2 LTS ? I need this to allow PPTP VPN passthrough.
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nft_connlimit on RHEL 8 kernel 4.18

Does anyone know what happened to nft_connlimit module on RHEL 8 for nftables? This should be available from Kernel 4.18 onwards but cannot find it anywhere in the available kernel modules. Because of ...
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ZFS not installed into upgraded kernel (4.19)

I want to use the latest kernel (currently 4.19) with Ubuntu Server 18.04, and I also want to use ZFS. Although ZFS appears to install correctly, it apparently does not get installed into the right ...
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How to keep custom kernel modules on kernel updates installed?

I've got a NIC (Asus XG C100C) that is not properly supported in the current Linux kernel. Hence, I installed driver which I compiled from source. Every time when the kernel is updated, I have to ...
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RedHat 7.6\8.0 and LSI SAS 2008 controllers

Starting with versions 7.6 \ 8.0beta, RedHat has disabled support for SAS controllers on the LSI SAS 2008 chip. However, in Fedora 29 with the kernel 4.18, the controllers work. So, RedHat simply ...
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linux: truecrypt/veracrypt/luks/etc without /dev/loop*

I'm using a linux system without any /dev/loop* devices and without the loop module compiled into the kernel, and I don't have the option of upgrading the system or kernel. I want to use luks, ...
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module be2net not loaded with define parameter in /etc/modprobe.d/

I want to load the be2net module with the parameter rx_frag_size set to 4096, the default value being 2048. As specified by the documentation I created a file /etc/modprobe.d/be2net.conf with the ...
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How can I determine which kernel module is responsible for a specific connection showing in NetHogs?

I currently rent a dedicated server from OVH, and I was looking at nethogs to see how much connection capacity a specific process was using. I ended up, however, finding a slew of processes there that ...
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Package dependency issue, not sure safest way to proceed

I am running into a package dependency issue. Can someone help make sense of how to resolve this? Q What steps do i need to take when it says Requires: zfs-kmod = 0.7.7 Available: kmod-...
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Cannot Install mac80211(_hwsim) module on GCP Ubuntu 16.04 instance

I am new to GCP services and try to deploy mininet-wifi script to the cloud. On physical machines the installation described in the link and the SDN python script work pretty fine. However, for some ...
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How to prevent useless kernel-modules from loading?

Our Ubuntu-servers all seem to have various unused kernel-modules loaded wasting RAM and, in the case of jfs for example, running a bunch of useless processes (jfsCommit). I can use rmmod to get rid ...
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RHEL7.4 and DRBD 9.0/8.4 Installation

I have a fresh RHEL7.4 Server installation on which I'm trying to install DRBD 9.0 from elrepo. My server is running the latest kernel: 3.10.0-693.1.1.el7.x86_64, yet kmod-drbd90 wants to install ...
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UDP traffic not forwarded from Docker containers -> Docker host

I have a docker container and I am unable to run DNS lookups from inside containers, although it works fine from the docker host. The configuration management code that builds the Docker host is ...
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How to configure the st kernel module for LTO-6 tape drives?

I found a hint to configure the st module in a mail from 2004 redhat mailinglist about a slow LTO-2 drive. modprobe st buffer_kbs=1024 max_buffers=128 max_sg_segs=128 blocking_open=1 Are similar ...
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What are the benefits of enabling Enhanced Networking for EC2? [closed]

EC2 seems to provide a mechanism to enable Enhanced Networking for certain EC2 instance types. However, the use cases and benefits are not clearly spelled out? What are they and when is it ...
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Failed to find Linux Kernel Module

I`m trying to add driver for specific hardware at startup. Module file is located at /lib/modules/4.4.0-66-generic/kernel/drivers/misc/. Also I've tried /lib/modules/4.4.0-66-generic/kernel/drivers/...
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NFS Performance issues on Oracle Linux 6.7: Shared libraries on NFS slow down system

I am currently hunting down some performance issues on some VMWare virtual machines with the same amount of memory and cpus, running Oracle Linux 6.6 (Kernel 2.6) and 6.7 (Kernel 3.8). The machines ...
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ZFS on Linux: How do I correctly configure the vdev_id.conf file and trigger vdev aliasing?

I have been trying to get ZFS on Linux to read / process the vdev_id.conf file and give me a /dev/disk/by-vdev directory, to no avail. I have a SAS HBA with redundant connectivity to several hard ...
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STP packets dropped (1 packet every 2 seconds) when irrelevant multicast group joined on the interface

I'm trying to understand weird packet drop issue when joining particular multicast group. I think this issue is related to patch introduced in kernel ver 2.6.37 Beginning with kernel 2.6.37, it has ...
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nf_conntrack_ftp module has disappearedl

I've been running a Linode droplet for several years with no problems. In the last month, users have reported FTP connection errors, always related to Passive FTP. Investigation shows that the ...
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Do I need to compile the kernel again?

Compile the kernel, and an option I forgot to give you my card support. Do I need to compile the kernel again? $ Make && make modules_install $ Make install or is there an easier way to ...
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How to get x86_energy_perf_policy // linux-tools-* for Linux kernel 4.7.0-xyz

I am using pstate-frequency to set our server cpu's frequency. This tool needs the x86_energy_perf_policy which is provided by the linux-tools-common package. Using the distributions standard kernel ...
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