today I delved a little into systemd and, trying to understand how it works, I came across
a puzzling little problem: systemd-modules-load fails because apd module cannot be
In fact I have `/etc/modules-load.d/apmd.conf` that tries to load `apm`, but the module is
not present (modprobe fails). If I run `apm` I get "No APM support in kernel".
So, I was wondering if apm and apmd are necessary and why the module is not present. If
it's not compiled in the kernel, why is it missing? I can `dnf remove apmd` without
any other dependency, is it safe? Shall I remove it?
I am running F25 with kernel 4.9.5-200.
Show replies by date