Why I asked a question like that? Well, because I came across many contexts where "caveats" is close in meaning to "rules" instead of "risks" or "warnings".
The goal here is to tell someone that "you should follow the rules", "stick with the rules", etc...
Here's an example:
IDK-L33T is a powerful device that can abstracts away many complex tasks; However, there are few rules to follow here.
If we replace the "rules to follow here." part with "caveats to adhere.", will the former sentence still valid?
In fact, is "caveats to adhere" itself valid?