I'm getting the
dmesg error "module license 'CDDL' taints kernel."
This is due to loading the ZFS modules.
lsmod | grep zfs
for i in $(seq 19); do echo $(($i-1)) $(($(cat /proc/sys/kernel/tainted)>>($i-1)&1));done
|Bit||0 or 1|
So according to the documentation, that means either a ZFS module is considered proprietary, or it's considered externally-built.
|Bit||Log||Number||Reason that got the kernel tainted|
|0||G/P||1||proprietary module was loaded|
|12||_/O||4096||externally-built (“out-of-tree”) module was loaded|
Let's figure out which it is:
Oh, it's both.
Any ideas on how to clear this boot error? I'm tracking down why one of my USB ports won't work, and I figure getting rid of the boot errors is the most likely means, since it just prints that the USB interface didn't load, but doesn't give any error or reason why.