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I'm running Arch Linux, it uses systemd-modules-load to load modules configured in /etc/rc.conf, but since I use a custom kernel and lts kernel, I had to put all possible modules in that config file (in custom kernel most of those are builtin)

During boot I could see errors from systemd-modules-load, like XX is not implemented or so , for those builtin module.

Is that a bug ? (modprobe builtin_module doesn't print error)

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