How to find information about built-in kernel modules on Linux
Is there a way to get a list of all built-in kernel modules and device drivers, and find detailed information about them? The modern Linux kernel has been growing significantly over the years to support a wide variety of hardware devices, file systems and networking functions. Find a List of Built-in Kernel Modules To get a list of all built-in modules, run the following command. $ cat /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/modules.builtin You can also get a hint on what modules are built-in by running: Find Parameters of Built-in Kernel Modules Each kernel module, whether it’s built-in or loadable, comes with a set of parameters. For loadable kernel modules, the modinfo command will show parameter information about them.