I am (still) running 64-bit Fedora 14 on an HP pavilion laptop. I recently performed a normal software update which included an update to the akmods script for building akmod packages during system boot.
Version is: akmods-0.3.7-1.fc14.noarch (looks like this is the same for F15 as well).
Previous version was: akmods-0.3.6-3.fc12.noarch
I use akmods to rebuild my broadcom wireless driver for each new kernel. At boot time, I get the following error in my boot.log:
cat /var/log/boot.log | grep 'Checking kmods'
Checking kmods exist for 220.127.116.11-103.fc14.x86_64Error: Could not determine if akmod is newer then the installed kmod [FAILED]
My wireless driver still appears to work.
I am using kernel 18.104.22.168-103.fc14.x86_64 with kmod packages:
Reverting back to version 0.3.6-3.fc12 gets rid of the error.
Is anyone else getting this boot error? Is it anything serious?