|KERNEL-WEDGE-PREPROCESS(1)||General Commands Manual||KERNEL-WEDGE-PREPROCESS(1)|
kernel-wedge-preprocess - process a module list file
kernel-wedge preprocess module-list module-dir
Preprocesses the module-list, performing list includes and module excludes, removing blank lines and comments, and expanding wildcards. Emits a list of filenames to stdout.
Return 1 if a required module or directory is missing, unless $KW_CHECK_NONFATAL is non-empty.
The supported wildcards are:
|?||Match a single character within a path component|
|*||Match any number of characters within a path component|
|**||Match any number of characters including multiple path components|
On Linux, '-' and '_' also match each other since the kernel and kmod treat them as equivalent in module names.
Joey Hess, Ben Hutchings <firstname.lastname@example.org>