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Commands using lsmod from sorted by
Terminal - Commands using lsmod - 7 results
hciconfig;hciconfig -a hci0;lsmod |grep bt;dmesg | grep tooth
lsmod | grep -io MODULENAME| xargs modinfo | grep -iw version
2013-03-18 07:52:14
User: adriano
Functions: grep lsmod modinfo xargs
Tags: kernel modules
1

Returns the version of the kernel module specified as "MODULENAME", when available.

lsmod | tail -n +2 | cut -d' ' -f1 | xargs modinfo | egrep '^file|^desc|^dep' | sed -e'/^dep/s/$/\n/g'
lsmod | awk 'BEGIN{print "digraph{"}{split($4, a, ","); for (i in a) print $1, "->", a[i]}END{print "}"}'|display
2011-12-04 01:41:23
Functions: awk lsmod
15

parse "lsmod" output to "dot" format and pass it to "display". Without perl!

lsmod | perl -e 'print "digraph \"lsmod\" {";<>;while(<>){@_=split/\s+/; print "\"$_[0]\" -> \"$_\"\n" for split/,/,$_[3]}print "}"' | dot -Tpng | display -
2011-11-27 14:02:35
User: bandie91
Functions: dot lsmod perl
35

parse `lsmod' output and pass to `dot' drawing utility then finally pass it to an image viewer

lsmod | sed -e '1d' -e 's/\(\([^ ]*\) \)\{1\}.*/\2/' | xargs modinfo | sed -e '/^dep/s/$/\n/g' -e '/^file/b' -e '/^desc/b' -e '/^dep/b' -e d
2009-11-17 22:51:08
User: marssi
Functions: lsmod modinfo sed xargs
1

Liked command 4077 so I improved it, by doing all text manipulation with sed.

"Run this as root, it will be helpful to quickly get information about the loaded kernel modules." THX mohan43u

lsmod | cut -d' ' -f1 | xargs modinfo | egrep '^file|^desc|^dep' | sed -e'/^dep/s/$/\n/g'
2009-11-17 02:13:34
User: mohan43u
2

Run this as root, it will be helpful to quickly get information about the loaded kernel modules.