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NOTE: CentOS Enterprise Linux 5 is built from the Red Hat Enterprise Linux source code. Other than logo and name changes CentOS Enterprise Linux 5 is compatible with the equivalent Red Hat version. This document applies equally to both Red Hat and CentOS Enterprise Linux 5.

40.3. Specifying Module Parameters

In some situations, it may be necessary to supply parameters to a module as it is loaded for it to function properly.

For instance, to enable full duplex at 100Mbps connection speed for an Intel Ether Express/100 card, load the e100 driver with the e100_speed_duplex=4 option.

Caution

When a parameter has commas, be sure not to put a space after a comma.

Tip

The modinfo command is also useful for listing various information about a kernel module, such as version, dependencies, paramater options, and aliases.


 
 
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