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Re: apt-get upgrade fails due to kernel-image problem



Well lsmod gives me this :

Module                  Size  Used by
ipv6                  229892  14
ipt_LOG                 6272  13
ipt_limit               2688  15
ipt_state               2304  26
ip_conntrack_ftp       72240  0
ip_conntrack           32908  2 ipt_state,ip_conntrack_ftp
iptable_filter          3072  1
ip_tables              16896  4 ipt_LOG,ipt_limit,ipt_state,iptable_filter
evdev                   9088  0
pcspkr                  3816  0
uhci_hcd               29328  0
ohci_hcd               19460  0
ehci_hcd               27908  0
usbcore               104164  3 uhci_hcd,ohci_hcd,ehci_hcd
8139cp                 19072  0
pci_hotplug            30640  0
intel_agp              20512  1
e100                   30080  0
8139too                23936  0
mii                     4864  3 8139cp,e100,8139too
agpgart                31784  1 intel_agp
capability              4872  0
commoncap               7168  1 capability
psmouse                17800  0
ide_cd                 38176  0
cdrom                  35740  1 ide_cd
genrtc                  9332  0
ext3                  109672  9
jbd                    54552  1 ext3
ide_generic             1664  0
piix                   12448  1
ide_disk               16768  11
ide_core              125028  4 ide_cd,ide_generic,piix,ide_disk
unix                   26036  223
font                    8576  0
vesafb                  6688  0
cfbcopyarea             3840  1 vesafb
cfbimgblt               3200  1 vesafb
cfbfillrect             3712  1 vesafb



Is there a quick way to get the list of modules and drivers i can erase?



Oliver Elphick wrote:

On Fri, 2005-12-16 at 15:11 +0100, gregory duchesnes wrote:
Yes i did, didn't help.

Listen guys, i have 36Mb of modules in /lib/modules, what would happen if i erase (or just move for the moment) modules that i'm sure i don't need, like (isdn drivers)?

No problem. IF they aren't used, they are just taking up space.
If they are used (check with lsmod) that bit of your kernel stops
working.

Oliver





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