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Re: Handling /etc/modprobe.d and module load order

Marco d'Itri <md <at> Linux.IT> writes:


> Or just:
> echo 'xxxx yyyy' > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/usbhid/remove_id
> modprobe your_driver

Tried this but it seems the PIC is buggier than I thought. There are
times when it disconnects and reconnects itself. As soon as the
reconnect happens, usbhid takes over the device. Thus, negating the
above command.

I ended up placing a line in */etc/default/grub* that passes the usbhid
quirks and have the postinst call update-grub. This passes the quirks to
kernel during boot so all seems well now.


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