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ftdi_sio and usbserial are builtin, how to remove them?
#1
Hi,

In ftdi website for using D2xx driver mentioned that ftdio_sio and usbserial modules must unload to open device successfully. the command is rmmod ftdi_sio. when i try to unload these modules, this error appear: "Module ftdi_sio is builtin".
Also when i use lsmod there is only one module "8723bs" and i cann't fine those modules!

How can i solve this problem?
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#2
Hi,

We reply some may work's step for you at this thread.
https://tinkerboarding.co.uk/forum/thread-1609-post-8687.html#pid8687

recompile the kernel, to switch build-in driver to module driver.
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