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Q&A ==> WARNING: Possibly missing firmware for module: 'foo'

Here's the relevant ArchWiki page. The gist of it is that most of those warnings are probably for some fairly obscure hardware, and can be just ignored (provided that your system indeed works fine...

posted 2mo ago by Iizuki‭  ·  edited 1mo ago by Iizuki‭

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#2: Post edited by user avatar Iizuki‭ · 2024-04-04T05:27:02Z (about 1 month ago)
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  • Here's the relevant [ArchWiki page](https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Mkinitcpio#Possibly_missing_firmware_for_module_XXXX).
  • The gist of it is that most of those warnings are probably for some fairly obscure hardware, and can be just ignored (provided that your system indeed works fine). If you want to fix them *(maybe just for peace of mind)*, there are packages that contain these missing modules. Installing the correct ones should do away with the warnings. Se the wikipage for details.
  • Here's the relevant [ArchWiki page](https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Mkinitcpio#Possibly_missing_firmware_for_module_XXXX).
  • The gist of it is that most of those warnings are probably for some fairly obscure hardware, and can be just ignored (provided that your system indeed works fine). If you want to fix them *(maybe just for the peace of mind)*, there are packages that contain these missing modules. Installing the correct ones should do away with the warnings. Se the wikipage for details.
#1: Initial revision by user avatar Iizuki‭ · 2024-04-02T07:03:40Z (about 2 months ago)
Here's the relevant [ArchWiki page](https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Mkinitcpio#Possibly_missing_firmware_for_module_XXXX).

The gist of it is that most of those warnings are probably for some fairly obscure hardware, and can be just ignored (provided that your system indeed works fine). If you want to fix them *(maybe just for peace of mind)*, there are packages that contain these missing modules. Installing the correct ones should do away with the warnings. Se the wikipage for details.