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comment How to determine which module taints the kernel?
I've updated my answer now.
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comment How to determine which module taints the kernel?
Well rts5139 is apparently a driver for a Realtek card reader so I suspect you haven't managed to completely remove it.
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comment How to determine which module taints the kernel?
Well to start with use lsinitrd to see if rts5139 is present.
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comment How to prevent a process from writing files
Yes, it seems that you do need to be root, at least with the 3.7 kernel.