for version 0.2 of
The 0.2 release is further documented on the gmodconfig
According to the gmodconfig
gmodconfig aims to provide a simple way for end-users to download, install, configure and update Linux kernel modules, in the language of their choosing, through an easy-to-use graphic interface.
By using gmodconfig, a user does not have to know how to modify
the modules.conf configuration file in order to effect module
Gmodconfig has the ability to pull XML encoded
module parameter information from the module's web site via an
file that is created by the module author.
The information is used to create a dynamically built
user interface for configuring the module. Gmodconfig also
keeps track of the module description and available versions.
There does not appear to be a large assortment of XSA files
available for modules at this point in time.
Gmodconfig can control the installation, removal, and configuration
of loadable modules, simplifying configuration of devices with
lots of configuration options.
page shows some examples involving the configuration options for
a USB camera driver.
More information on gmodconfig can be found in the online
the code is available for download
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