Preface: Blue screen of death (BSOD) is error display on Windows commonly. In Linux, it is unlikely and uncommon, but is it possible?
Background: As the only copyright holder to the GPL-covered components of the software, you are free to add exceptions and additional terms to the GPLv3, as described in section 7 of that license. In fact, the LGPLv3 is just such a GPLv3 section 7 additional permission, allowing the component to be linked to proprietary code. But it is not recommended. Because it is extreme tricky.
The kernel marks itself as “tainted” when some event occurs that may be relevant when investigating the problem. Found that Kernel 6.1.16 was apparently subject to “oops”. What is “oops”? See below:
The tainted status is printed when a kernel internal problem (“kernel bug”), recoverable error (“kernel oops”), or unrecoverable error (“kernel panic”) occurs, and debug information about this is written to the log dmesg output. The tainted status can also be checked at runtime via files in /proc/.
Solution: Maybe it has nothing to do with serious cyberattacks. But it is recommended to upgrade the kernel . 6.2.5 and 6.1.18 has been updated