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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 David Chipman
    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 Shane Robinson
    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,

    Answered by Alexander L. L.
    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 Rui Moreira
    2 years ago
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