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[SLUG] util to find stuff/modules compiled into the kernel?
is there a way to find out what is part of the kernel, ie which modules
have been compiled into the kernel, meaning which modules I do not have
to start by including them into the mosules.conf file?
Reson for this is that I am having trouble with my IPCHAINS stuff.
RH6.2 used to come by default with the ipchains module as part of the kernel,
7.1 does not, so I included it into the modules.conf file:
alias ipchains_filter ipchains
Yet when I then load the ipchains rules it comes up complaining about
ipchains: Protocol not available
So something is wrong.
Hence I thought I would like to know what is part of the kernel.
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