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Recently I installed a PentiumII in the living room as a mp3 server. I used Debian unstable with a new kernel version 2.6.5. Together with my workstation and NFS everything works like a dream. But if I connect a monitor to the PII it soon gets flooded with messages like:
I indeed checked the /etc/syslog.conf but found nothing out of the ordinary there. What I _did_ find where some iptables with weird LOG messages, those where no longer necessary and after deleting them my problem was solved! Thank you all for the fast responses and for putting me on track.
I'm having the same problem, but I've found no weird log stuff in the /etc/syslog.conf file to remove (not that I would know what to remove, as I am a newbie)
Here's what I have
3 computers behind a linksys router
computer #1 - wired, fedora core 3 which I am trying to configure using "Setting up LAMP" by two guys named Eric
computer #2 - wired, winxp sp2 sending broadcasts that are being picked up by computer #1 and displayed on the console
computer #3 - wireless, running winxp sp2 also sending broadcasts
Yeah those log messages aren't alway it. It's been awhile now, but if i remember correctly you should check you NAT pre-routing table with: $:iptables -t nat -L
I believe I found some weirdness there and after removing it things where fine.