alberto fuentes pajaro at gmail.com
Wed Dec 16 15:10:08 UTC 2015

More info on this bug...

reading about blacklisting on


blacklist nouveau seems to be a soft kind of blacklisting, thats it, if
something depends on it, it will load it anyway

There is no mkinitcpio binary in debian, but the solution seems to be to
use some strong blacklist, like adding a file in
/etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf and add the line

install nouveau /bin/false

And run update-initramfs -u afterwards... but the module keeps loading on
my machine, no matter what I do

I attach lsmod |grep nou to show the module and dependences loaded...

Im a little at lost, since I dont know much about this... If a third person
more knowledgeable about this reads the bug, the input (even if only
pointing a general direction to look for more info) would be really
appreciated :)

Im willing to do all the reboots needed, but im going to replace my gpu
really soon and maybe after that I wont be able to try anymore :(
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