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    installed drivers and testing


    Please i am a beginner.
    Can you tell me how can i see the installed drivers in kali linux or in Wifislax (slack...) . ?
    How can i determine if is going well a driver ?
    How can I list the installed drivers ?
    Please refer to an existing and detailed link to understand.

    Best Regards

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    please stop this windows talk.
    there's no such thing as a list of installed drivers; most of them are built into the kernel and probably not in use.
    those that are in use, you can list with:
    Code:
    lsmod
    be sure to also read
    Code:
    man lsmod

    Quote Originally Posted by SemperFidelis View Post
    How can i determine if is going well a driver ?
    i don't even understand what that means.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SemperFidelis View Post
    Please refer to an existing and detailed link to understand
    I'd say try this.
    Respectfully... Sarlac II
    ~~
    The moving clock K' appears to K to run slow by the factor (1-v^2/c^2)^(1/2).
    This is the phenomenon of time dilation.
    The faster you run, the younger you look, to everyone but yourself.

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