Home Learn Linux Linux Answers Systems Management What command can you run to list all the kernels available parameters one screen at a time with the ability to move forward and backwards on the output?
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    You can always pipe the output of your command to "more" ala:

    command | more

    Or you can as well output it to a file
    command > output.txt

    And read it with a text editor

    Answered by marc
    4 years ago
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    Answered by keyzs
    4 years ago
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  • The following command will print all optional modules and information about the modules, it also uses less to allow you to scroll through the output.

    find /lib/modules/ -name *.ko -printf "%f\n"|sed s/\.ko//|xargs modinfo|less
    Answered by mfillpot
    4 years ago
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  • as stated in the above two
    more and less
    see the manual pages for them
    This is basic linux/unix 101
    covered in the first one or two book chapters

    man more
    man less 

    a bit old but still very good for the basics

    Answered by JohnVV
    4 years ago
    1 0
  • What do you mean "parameters"? Are you talking about modules
    #lsmod | less

    Checkout this group,

    Answered by saqman2060
    4 years ago
    0 0
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