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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Shut up about the damn modules already...
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* Bas Mevissen (ml@basmevissen.nl) wrote:
> I'm wondering why it is that the kernel is asking for non-existing
> modules so often. Is it that userspace applications try to access all
> kinds of devices too often (autoprobing) or it this (wanted) kernel
> behaviour?

The most common and annoying example (the one Rusty used), "net-pf-10,"
is a result of a userspace app doing simple socket(AF_INET6,...).

thanks,
-chris
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