modprobe blacklist

Alexander Sack asac at
Fri Apr 24 15:49:42 UTC 2015


if there are boot parameters to blacklist modules you probably could
use an oem snap where you can tweak your bootloader...

check out the doc on oem snaps:

You probably would want to use your own uEnv.txt to achieve that...

On Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 4:58 PM, Myles Caley <myles at> wrote:
> What is the snappy way of blacklist’ing usb devices? I remounted the active
> root filesystem r/w and added my blacklist to /etc/modprobe.d. I know this
> is incorrect, but wasn’t sure if there was a more proper way of doing this.
> There are some linux kernel boot params to blacklist things as well….
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