Quote Originally Posted by hamed_azry View Post
Hi Malcolm,

RSAAuthMgr:/home/rsaadmin # uname -a
Linux RSAAuthMgr 3.0.93-0.5-default #1 SMP Tue Aug 27 08:17:02 UTC 2013 (925d406) x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

RSAAuthMgr:/home/rsaadmin # modinfo involflt
filename:       /lib/modules/3.0.93-0.5-default/kernel/drivers/char/involflt.ko
version:        Jul 28 2015 [ 01:27:20 ]
license:        Propreitary
description:    InMage Filter Driver
author:         InMage Systems Pvt Ltd
srcversion:     02001A53ED880CAC2B6608D
depends:        scsi_mod
vermagic:       3.0.76-0.11-default SMP mod_unload modversions 
part:           in_initrd:A character string (sharp)

filename:       /lib/modules/3.0.93-0.5-default/kernel/drivers/char/raw.ko
license:        GPL
srcversion:     2A7C3E9D0E3A00FEB4D180F
supported:      yes
vermagic:       3.0.93-0.5-default SMP mod_unload modversions 
parm:           max_raw_minors:Maximum number of raw devices (1-65536) (int)
So looks like you need to ask them to provide modules (vermagic) to match your running kernel, since it's a proprietary licensed module.

Or you could try them as weak updates?
cd /lib/modules/3.0.93-0.5-default/
mkdir -p weak-updates/updates
cp /lib/modules/3.0.93-0.5-default/kernel/drivers/char/involflt.ko weak-updates/updatesr/involflt.ko
Do the same with the other one, then remove them from the installed location, then see if they modprobe (may need a restart). If that fails rollback and contact Azure...