Hello all, I need to modify a file in /etc/modprobe.d/ in order to address some display issues with X. Is there a way to make the changes survive a reboot? As it stands now, I would need to modify this particular file after every reboot and then modprobe the GPU driver.
It depends a little bit from the command, but you could try to use it on System=>Firmware Customization=>Custom commands=>Base=>Initialization and paste your command there
ahh cool, I think I can make that work. Thanks for the tip 🙂
yep, that did the trick. Thanks so much for the quick response
You are welcome👍
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