the /boot/module-info-<kernelversion> file doesn't contain
any reference to the bpcd.o module (used for back pack
cdroms). Because of this, it is not listed in the list of
available modules in kernelcfg.
I have verified this bug to be true. The bpcd is a module that is
available with 5.2 but is not available to the kernelcfg application.
Additionally, /boot/module-info-2.0.36-0.7 has the entry:
# NOT YET
# "AMD LANCE: Allied Telesis AT1500, HP J2405A, most
Yet the kernel defintly has this as a module.
It should read
"AMD LANCE: Allied Telesis AT1500, HP J2405A, most
io "Base I/O address" "0x[0-9a-fA-F]+"
It may also need a line
irq "IRQ level" "[0-9]+"
Cristian, he's right, can you fix this the next time you build a
kernel package? No point in building a new kernel just to fix this...