[CentOS] Module signed with unknown public key

Sat Nov 16 19:59:03 UTC 2013
Rob Kampen <rkampen at kampensonline.com>

On 11/17/2013 08:50 AM, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> I recently had a hard disk failure on my CentOS-6.4 server.
> I re-intalled CentOS on a second disk, and this is working fine.
> But I put together the old system -
> most partitions on the old disk could still be read -
> and made a working system.
> But when I re-start this system
> I get the above message many times.
> (Also I can only login in text mode,
> and when I run startx I get the error
> "Fatal server error: no screens found."
> And ifconfig only gives the lo interface;
> it does not show eth0 and eth1,
> so I am unable to access the internet.)
> But how can one "sign" a module?
> I googled for this, but all the suggestions
> were about signing modules while compiling them.
> It seems odd too that the error message does not tell me
> which module it is referring to.
> But the error is repeated about as many times
> as the number of modules listed by lsmod,
> so I guess every module is wrongly signed.
> Any enlightenment on this subject gratefully received.
my $0.02 worth - I suspect the code snippet that deals with signing is 
being called but possibly the keys used to verify the signed modules are