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On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 21:36, John W. Linville <linville@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Jon, Kay, anyone?
> Should Intel just proceed with their kernel patch and not worry about
> the 'modprobe -r' complications, as Michal Marek suggested?

Yes, I would just go ahead and wouldn't worry too much about
additional modules being pulled-in which also need to be unloaded, in
case something really needs to unloaded.

We usually do not support module unloading during normal system
operation. It is mainly a nice and convenient debugging and developing
tool, which people who use it will figure out how to do it.

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