How to Load and Unload Kernel Modules

The Linux kernel is the foundation for a multitude of mobile, desktop, and server operating systems, from Android to Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Hardware drivers and other key components can either be built directly into the kernel and reside as modules that you can plug in or remove whenever necessary. What follows is a brief […]

How to Setup and Use KVM: Part 3

This is the third part of a series on KVM. If you have not already read them, you should begin with part 1 and continue with part 2.
Once you have KVM installed, you should make sure that you have libvirt installed as well. If not, install it now.
# yum install libvirt
Next, […]

How to Load and Unload Linux Kernel Modules

Linux kernel modules are handy little pieces of the kernel that you can add or remove on-demand, without having to compile them directly into the kernel.  This allows third-party developers to create programs that require kernel-level access but that are not part of the Linux kernel and may not even be open source.  For dedicated […]