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  • Open a terminal Window, and use "lsmod" comand. That will give you a list of all the kenrel modules (drivers) loaded into the kernel.

    Answered by DavidChipman
    2 years ago
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  • This will partially depend on which distribution of Linux you are using. Distribution name and version number would help significantly in getting the right answer to you.

    Answered by phoenixRising
    2 years ago
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  • Hello,

    if you intend what drivers (kernel modules) are loaded on your machine, issue the command "sudo lsmod" a list of currentl loaded modules will be displayed.

    Hope this helps,
    Bye
    Alexander

    Answered by alexraffa
    2 years ago
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  • Hi Barbara:

    you can try lsmod it will tell you what modules is your system loading.

    #man lsmod -> for more info

    Answered by ruimoreira29
    2 years ago
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