System administration command. With no options, attempt to load the specified module, as well as all modules on which it depends. If more than one module is specified, attempt to load further modules only if the previous module failed to load. When specifying a module, use only its name without its path or trailing .o. modprobe will pass to the kernel any options following the module name.
Load all modules matching the given wildcard.
Print modprobe’s current configuration.
Read additional configuration from file instead of /etc/modules.conf.
Ignore all versioning information during module insertion. Even if the module does not match the running kernel, modprobe will try to insert it anyway.
Ignore module versioning mismatches.
Ignore kernel versioning mismatches.
Return failure if told to insert a module that is already present or remove a module that is not loaded. Normally, modprobe will return success if asked to perform an unnecessary action.
Ignore any install and remove directives in the configuration file.
List modules matching the given wildcard (or “*” if no wildcard is given).
Perform all of the actions except actually inserting or removing the module.
Suppress warnings during failure to load a module and continue processing other modules. ...