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HowTo: Loading USB support modules.
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PostPosted: Wed 14 Apr 2010, 20:19    Post_subject:  HowTo: Loading USB support modules.  

I looked at HotPup to try to see how Dougal does it, but I couldn`t find it in the files.
I use to load the USB module with: modprobe usb-storage
The new module I noticed is called: usb_storage
But there`s other modules that seem to be associated with it.
This is the lsmod output associated with USB:
Code:
usbhid                 26112  0
usb_storage            51584  0
squashfs               22928  1
uhci_hcd               21564  0
ehci_hcd               32856  0
usbcore               138160  5 usbhid,usb_storage,uhci_hcd,ehci_hcd

How squashfs got in the middle there I don`t know...
usbcore seems to list the 4 other associated modules, load them all?
Or just usbcore. Or only usb_storage as I use to do it?
This:
Code:
[ ! "`lsmod | grep usb_storage`" ]&& modprobe usb_storage

Or this:
Code:
[ ! "`lsmod | grep usbcore`" ]&& modprobe usbcore

Or load all 5 modules?
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