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What happens when we do insmod & rmmod in Linux Device Drivers?


insmod: insmod is a tool used to attach a module to the
running linux kernel. This will take the kernel object(.ko)
and takes all executable code and data sections of the .ko
and attach it to the running linux kernel.

rmmod: used to remove or deattach a module code from the
running kernel

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