What next, gcc warnings that include sections of the C99 standard or
chunks of the info entry? There are reasons that documentation is
separate from error and warning messages.
Nobody can agree on the warning text. Anything less than the full
kernel FAQ entry is incomplete.
Vendors who ship binary modules and support their users should use
different text, pointing to the vendor's support policy instead of
modutils 2.4.16 says
Warning: loading <module> will taint the kernel. Reason <reason>
See <TAINT_URL> for information on tainted modules
Module loaded, with warnings
Printing 'Module loaded, with warnings' makes it clear that the
module has been loaded. TAINT_URL defaults to lkml FAQ. Vendors can
ship modutils with a TAINT_URL that points to their support policy.
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