Blacklist Kernel Module
In most Linux distros modules are blacklisted by creating
/etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.confwhich contains the name of the module. In LibreELEC
/etcis inside the read-only
SYSTEMfile so we provide an alternate location
/storage/.config/modprobe.dwhich is overlaid onto the normal
/etclocation during boot.
To blacklist the
rc-pinnacle-pctv-hdmodule. Login to your LibreELEC box using SSH and confirm the module is loaded:
If the module is loaded, append the module name to
echo "blacklist rc-pinnacle-pctv-hd" >> /storage/.config/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf
Now reboot to effect the change.
This approach to blacklisting only works with modules that are compiled with
=mto create an independent module; meaning they are loaded via modprobe. If the module has been compiled directly into the kernel with
=ymodprobe is not used and this method has no effect. Drivers that are compiled-in are normally controlled via kernel boot params.