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Old 08-25-2012, 09:45 PM
Geert Stappers
 
Default Bug#684516: bluetooth.ko unlikely in initrd

On Sat, Aug 25, 2012 at 09:07:30PM +0200, asronchetti@libero.it wrote:
> Da: stappers@stappers.nl
> Data: 25-ago-2012 19.59
> >
> > Remove the bluetooth module from /lib/modules and the initial ramdisk,
> > so that the computer hasn't any more the module.
> >
>
> btw, what do you mean with 'ramdisk' ? is that 'initramfs' ?

Yes.


> if i remove that file, will the system be still bootable?

Do NOT remove files like /boot/initrd.img-*

After removing bluetooth.ko from /lib/module/ update the Init R.D.
with the command

update-initramfs


> (sorry, i still am not an expert about the linux boot stuff)

My "expertise level" also can use some more learning.


Where I/we want
> > so that the computer hasn't any more the module.

I told
> > Remove the bluetooth module from /lib/modules


and should have left out
> > and the initial ramdisk,

on second thought it is unlikely that the bluetooth module is in initrd.
In the initial ramdisk are modules which are needed to mount root f.s.


Groeten
Geert Stappers
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> And is there a policy on top-posting vs. bottom-posting?
Yes.
 

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