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Re: [Xen-users] Hiding PCI devices with modprobe.d

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gordan Bobic [mailto:gordan@xxxxxxxxxx]
> > This is was basically a modification of Gordan's suggestion where I unbind 
> > devices with > > a modprobe.d conf file
> >    install xen-pciback /root/pcidetach.sh; insmod /lib/modules/$(/bin/uname 
> >-r)/kernel/drivers/xen/xen-pciback/xen-pciback.ko.gz

> Did you notice (or did I omit it...) that the first thing pcidetach.sh
> does is modprobe xen-pciback?

Yes, but your solution was to run pcidetach.sh when loading the nvidia module. 
I didn't think I could load the xen-pciback module while loading the 
xen-pciback module, which is the flaw in my "modification"

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