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In Linux, all modules end with the. See this issue on github: Post as a guest Name.
The Linux Hardware Devices has more information about modules and kernel configuration options. This very likely explains in part why the nvidia-drm module is in use. I imagine you want to stop the display manager which is what I’d suspect would be using the Nvidia drivers. So you’ll need, at the very least, switch into text console and shutdown the X11 server.
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Linux Kernel Modules – Load, Unload, Configure
Thanks, hope you liked it. To unload a kernel module, we use the rmmod remove module command.
You can configure your Linux machine to load kernel modpprobe on startup so you don’t have to remember to do that when if you reboot. Besides it, how do I “know that my kernel supports module unloading”? Andreas Hartmann 6 16 I managed to uninstall it using Filipe’s answerand install the new version to the point where there was no more working graphic mode. Module Commands There are a few commands that allow you to maniuplate the kernel.
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A kernel module is a program which can loaded into or unloaded from the kernel upon demand, without necessarily recompiling it the kernel or rebooting the system, and is intended to enhance the functionality of the kernel.
At this point, I’d expect you’d be able to unload the Nvidia drivers using modprobe -r or rmmod directly:.
[ubuntu] How to unload driver?
I tried this but didn’t have any luck: Some modules you’ll only need for a short time, others you’ll need all the time. You report in comments that stopping the systemd-logind service takes you back to the graphic login.
The following example will unload or remove the speedstep-lib. How should I proceed? Pip location not found. The command below will insert the speedstep-lib. Your name can also be listed here.