I couldn't memorize what it said, but it was something about .conf files having to go to the modprobe.d/ folder.
How do I know which ones need to go there?
Also, does it have immediate impact on the system?
You are using [testing] but asking for help in the newbie corner... seems a contradiction to me!
It has no immediate impact but it would be good to know the cause. Just do a "modprobe foobar" and see what files are giving the error.
Indeed. I didn't even remember this should go to [testing].
Sorry about that.
And thanks for the tip.
/etc/modprobe.d/framebuffer_blacklist.pacsave? Diff it to framebuffer_blacklist.conf and resolve.
if there were sound related warnings "sudo alsaconf" will help u.