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tronayne 12-06-2012 08:34 AM

Slackware 14 64-bit Kernel Messages in Debug
 
Looking at the debug log (Don't know if the first line has anything to do with anything:
Code:

Dec  5 14:54:40 fubar udev-configure-printer: Queue ipp://localhost:631/printers/Photosmart has matching device URI
Dec  5 14:57:25 fubar kernel: [510852.797468] Did not find alt setting 1 for intf 0, config 1     
Dec  5 14:58:24 fubar kernel: [510911.418444] Did not find alt setting 1 for intf 0, config 1
Dec  5 14:58:26 fubar kernel: [510913.418765] Did not find alt setting 1 for intf 0, config 1
Dec  5 14:58:28 fubar kernel: [510915.418987] Did not find alt setting 1 for intf 0, config 1
Dec  6 08:34:16 fubar kernel: [574263.412000] Did not find alt setting 1 for intf 0, config 1
Dec  6 08:35:18 fubar kernel: [574325.959523] Did not find alt setting 1 for intf 0, config 1
Dec  6 08:35:20 fubar kernel: [574327.959724] Did not find alt setting 1 for intf 0, config 1
Dec  6 08:35:22 fubar kernel: [574329.959946] Did not find alt setting 1 for intf 0, config 1
Dec  6 08:35:24 fubar kernel: [574331.960167] Did not find alt setting 1 for intf 0, config 1
Dec  6 08:52:18 fubar ntpd[31297]: ntp_io: estimated max descriptors: 1024, initial socket boundary: 16

What in the world is this all about?

wildwizard 12-07-2012 01:34 AM

The real question is, does your printer work?

This thread is relevant :-

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...-a-4175413462/

tronayne 12-07-2012 06:51 AM

Yeah, the printer works (actually all of them work, the Photosmart [USB], the Inkjet [Ethernet] and the plotter [Ethernet]).

Oh. Duh. The Photosmart and plotter are usually turned off.

OK, nevermind, I'll go back to my cave now, thanks.


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