[mythtv-users] How do I properly blacklist the juju firewire stack in fedora 12?
gaberubin at gmail.com
Fri Feb 19 01:12:14 UTC 2010
Answering my own question:
On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 4:18 PM, Gabe Rubin <gaberubin at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have been having continuing issues with firewire recrodings that I
> believe stem from the juju stack. I am trying to revert back to using
> the old ieee1394 packages from ATRPMS. New KMDLs have been built for
> the current kernel.
> I installed the package and created a file in /etc/modules.d/ called
> firewire.conf that contains the following:
> blacklist firewire_core
> blacklist firewire_ohci
> I rebooted the system, and it appears that these two still load up
> from looking at lsmod. Is that because it is built in the kernel?
> Something similar happened when I tried to blacklist the nouveau
> driver. I was able to add an argument in grub.conf
> ("nouveau.modset=0") to fix that, but I am not sure how I would go
> about doing it for these drivers. I would like to avoid having to
> rebuild initrd (no idea how and it sounds like it could screw things
Decided to try the most obvious and added "firewire_core.modeset=0
firewire_ohci.modeset=0" to grub.conf. I rebooted and the system did
not load these two up.
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