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It seems like the 'FORCE_MODULE_UNLOAD' parameter was (set to?) 'N' during the generation of the Armbian kernels.

I know it's potentially dangerous to use it, but since the community is doing a lot of experimenting it would be convenient sometimes if this is enabled.


Does this mean I have to compile a kernel with this option enabled myself, or is it possible to turn it on in future builds?

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Add KERNEL_CONFIGURE=yes to your ./compile.sh command line, and it will launch the kernel menu configurator, where you can easily find 'FORCE_MODULE_UNLOAD' under 'enable loadable module support'...

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