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How do I load network drivers on a Linux/Fedora machine?
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Hi

you mean a new driver that didn't exist ?

for example when you want to add a new driver that Fedora doesn't have, usually you download a *.tar.gz and you just following  the Readme file to compile it and install it

after that usually you can load it using modprobe module name

I hope this answer your question
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