Package Details: kernel-modules-hook 0.1.7-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/kernel-modules-hook.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: kernel-modules-hook
Description: Keeps your system fully functional after a kernel upgrade
Upstream URL: https://github.com/saber-nyan/kernel-modules-hook
Keywords: alpm-hook kernel-module pacman-hook
Licenses: Unlicense
Submitter: saber-nyan
Maintainer: saber-nyan
Last Packager: saber-nyan
Votes: 72
Popularity: 2.86
First Submitted: 2017-12-24 11:12
Last Updated: 2019-11-13 18:08

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sanchith commented on 2020-12-25 19:06

@cwrau That isn't handled by the package. If you want to change this behavior, you'll have to follow the instructions in this section of the systemd wiki page, which would also enable services for any newly installed packages.

cwrau commented on 2020-11-30 19:44

Could you pre-enable the systemd-service?

amish commented on 2020-05-07 01:10

Unlicense is part of the "licenses" package so you do not need to ship it.

PKGBUID: license=('Unlicense')

Source: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/PKGBUILD#license

The licenses package contains many commonly used licenses, which are installed under /usr/share/licenses/common/. If a package is licensed under one of these licenses, the value should be set to the directory name, e.g. license=('GPL').

Drew commented on 2020-05-07 00:31

This is great. I don't understand why this is not the default behavior.

springzfx commented on 2020-02-27 07:14

manjaro default has package kernel-alive installed. No need to install kernel-modules-hook. They do the same thing, thus conflict.

I suggest add kernel-alive and [kernel-alive-git](https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/kernel-alive-git/) to the conflict list.

msenol commented on 2019-11-18 04:30

After kernel upgrade my Manjaro did not boot up. So probably this package breaks that. I solve the issue by removing this package and reinstalling the kernel via mhwd.

saber-nyan commented on 2019-11-15 15:54

@msenol You need to test it after a kernel upgrade.

msenol commented on 2019-11-15 15:48

I have installed and enabled the service. After reboot this is the status:

~ ❯ sudo systemctl -l status linux-module-cleanup

● linux-module-cleanup.service - Clean up modules from old kernels

Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/linux-module-cleanup.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)

Active: inactive (dead) since Fri 2019-11-15 18:38:38 +03; 8min ago

Process: 676 ExecStart=/usr/bin/linux-module-cleanup (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)

Main PID: 676 (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)

Kas 15 18:38:38 msenol-manjaro systemd[1]: Starting Clean up modules from old kernels...

Kas 15 18:38:38 msenol-manjaro systemd[1]: linux-module-cleanup.service: Succeeded.

Kas 15 18:38:38 msenol-manjaro systemd[1]: Started Clean up modules from old kernels.

msenol commented on 2019-11-15 15:37

ok I will install and inform you @saber-nyan

saber-nyan commented on 2019-11-14 20:06

@msenol Since I do not use Manjaro, I do not know, but I would be grateful if you install this package and test it!