Can arguments be passed to a running kernel module?
Howdie, fellow Debianites!
Is there a command for passing arguments to a running kernel module on
the fly, without rmmoding and re-modprobing it? Echoing new value(s) to
the /proc subtree has long been deprecated now, and the new /sys
interface seems largely to be read-only ... besides, interacting with
the kernel by redirecting echo's output can hardly be called "elegant".
Is there an official command that can be used instead?
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