May 21, 2011

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?

I'm running Fedora 14. I'm trying to view all the list of all the kernels available parameters, one screen at a time but I wanted to be able to move forward and backward on the output. I'm unable to find the command for this anywhere. If one of you smart Guru's would be willing to send me the command I would be greatly indebted to you. Thanks in advance Lynda

What do you mean "parameters"? Are you talking about modules...

What do you mean "parameters"? Are you talking about modules
#lsmod | less

Checkout this group, http://www.linux.com/community/groups/viewdiscussion/2381-Managing+the+K...

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as stated in the above two...

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
http://rute.2038bug.com/rute.html.gz

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The following command will print all optional modules and information about...

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

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http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-display-all-installed-linux-kernel-version/

http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-display-all-installed-linux-kernel-ve...

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You can always pipe the output of your command to "more" ala:...

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

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