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FreeBSD 11.0 - man page for kldconfig (freebsd section 8)

KLDCONFIG(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					      KLDCONFIG(8)

kldconfig -- display or modify the kernel module search path
kldconfig [-dfimnUv] [-S sysctlname] [path ...] kldconfig -r
The kldconfig utility displays or modifies the search path used by the kernel when loading modules using the kldload(8) utility or the kldload(2) syscall. The following options are available: -d Remove the specified paths from the module search path. -f Do not display a diagnostic message if a path specified for adding is already present in the search path, or if a path specified for removing is not present in the search path. This may be useful in startup/shutdown scripts for adding a path to a file system which is still not mounted, or in shutdown scripts for unconditionally removing a path that may have been added during startup. -i Add the specified paths to the beginning of the search path, not to the end. This option can only be used when adding paths. -m Instead of replacing the module search path with the set of paths specified, ``merge'' in the new entries. -n Do not actually change the module search path. -r Display the current search path. This option cannot be used if any paths are also specified. -S sysctlname Specify the sysctl name to use instead of the default kern.module_path. -U ``Unique-ify'' the current search path - if any of the directories is repeated one or more times, only the first occurrence remains. This option implies -m. -v Verbose output: display the new module search path. If the path has been changed, and the -v flag is specified more than once, the old path is displayed as well.
/boot/kernel, /boot/modules, /modules The default module search path used by the kernel.
The kldconfig utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.
kldload(2), kldload(8), sysctl(8)
The kldconfig utility first appeared in FreeBSD 4.4.
Peter Pentchev <>
June 15, 2001 BSD

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