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Blacklisting a module on Ubuntu Server 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot

This assumes you have vim (the command line text editor) installed. If not, you can use vi or any command line text editor in its place. Change to the modprobe directory: cd /etc/modprobe We need to create a new blacklist file to store our blacklistings in. If there are already other files in this directory, you can reuse one of them but for the sake of separating configuration you’ve made from the out-of-the-box setup, we’ll create a new file.