I have installed a fresh copy of FC14 and when I logged in locally for the first time I was getting the error messages below. Now these same messages are filling up my messages log and it's running non stop in the background. Has anyone seen anything on this error? I have searched through Google looking for help and I'm not finding much.
This box is a simple file/web server with no monitor hooked up and no GUI. I have also included the lspci ouput below if that might help. Really looking for any suggestions or input on how I might stop the error reporting since is filling up my log files quickly.
I burned a new disk with ubuntu 11.04 image and I managed to boot the live cd using my external monitor, I've installed and went into my monitor settings, it displays my external monitor as unknown and doesn't even detect my laptop screen. Changing the driver being used in my xorg.conf to vesa allows me to boot properly and ubuntu uses my laptop screen (yet it still detects it as an unknown monitor). Installing any nvidia driver and using it breaks my system. Heres an image of the laptop when using the nvidia driver (btw I can still hear the ubuntu sound that plays when its reached the logon prompt).
I just installed jessie on a machine that had been running wheezy with no problems. Now I see that a kworker process is hogging nearly 100% of one of the CPUs. I am not sure how to proceed with solving the problem even after doing a number of Google searches.
I'm not sure if this is related, but I am getting the following when I run 'dmesg':
My hardware is: cpu: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E6550 @ 2.33GHz, 2333 MHz Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E6550 @ 2.33GHz, 2000 MHz keyboard: /dev/input/event0 AT Translated Set 2 keyboard mouse: /dev/input/mice ImExPS/2 Logitech Explorer Mouse
Here is the "top" display, showing 75.2% of the CPU on kworker/1:2 and 27.6% of the CPU on kworker/1.1:
PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND 4731 root 20 0 0 0 0 R 72.5 0.0 0:53.73 kworker/1:2 28 root 20 0 0 0 0 S 27.6 0.0 0:58.69 kworker/1:1 1246 dan 20 0 1668476 132720 57548 S 2.7 4.3 0:42.33 gnome-shell 4673 dan 20 0 855208 158368 65568 S 2.7 5.2 0:28.44 iceweasel 815 root 20 0 201804 29020 18728 S 1.0 0.9 0:14.30 Xorg
Just installed Debian 8 last night and trying to run one a few of my scripts that use easygui (a front-end for python-tk basically) and I keep getting alloc: invalid block any time a file or folder selection dialog is presented. I'm able to select a file/folder with no issues, but once the dialog closes I get a variation of what appears to be a memory error followed by alloc: invalid block.
Here's one of my scripts that does it. This one pops up a file selection dialog pretty early on to ask for a file to check, and as soon as I select any file the dialog closes and that error appears in the terminal. It happens whether I run it with Python 2 or Python 3. You will need to install python3-easygui for this script to run properly if you want to check for yourself what happens. This is a first time encountering this error for me.
I think something about grubenv under /boot/grub is being corrupted. Loggin in under Ubuntu 10, I can make my way to the files on the 11.04 flash drive and issue the following commands to make it boot normally [URL]... file corruption happening? How can I fix it?
I just installed Fedora 11 on an AMD CPU PC. I get the following error during boot up.Aug 22 21:42:07 dragon8 kernel: aic7xxx: probe of 0000:00:0a.0 failed with error -38 Because the aic7xxx has the error, it does not load the st module. I manually loaded the st module, but the /dev/st? devices do not get created, I assume because of the aix7xxx error.I can access the Adaptec AHA-2940W Bios during boot up and see the 2 tape drives that are connected to it.
I have got a very frustrating problem. I am not new to Ubuntu but this time I bit my tongue! Actually it is a problem related to my graphics card "Intel 945GM" , it is a real crap card but it is working fine with Windows XP pro (I use windows just for testing)!
Problem : My monitor DELL ST2310 would not work under DVI mode (only VGA mode is working fine)! I tested with Kubuntu, Ubuntu (several distos), Fedora 13.. Upon booting, I get this error message :
Code: EDID checksum is invalid remainder 130 the monitor DVI connection is working perfectly under Windows XP. This means the Intel 945GM cannot read the EDID hexadecimal data transmitted by the monitor through the DVI connection. Yet, System recognizes the graphic card's DVI-D port but set it as disconnected.
When I use mplayer (i.e. play a movie with it) the system will sporadically freeze completely, for around 13 seconds. Everything halts as if the system is having a kernel panic or worse -- even the clock halts. Around 13 seconds pass, everything returns to normal (the clock then jumps 13 seconds ahead, as well), and from the kernel pool log (dmesg) I observe this:
Code: NVRM: Xid (0000:02:00): 8, Channel 00000004 This seems to happen at sporadic time intervals, but can happen as often as every two minutes at "worst", making watching a movie clip the most annoying experience you can imagine.
I have tried to update the graphics drivers to the latest version, to no avail. I also have no idea how this issue started in the first place. I use Slackware 13.1.0 on a fast x86 (4.1 GHz Core i7, 6 GiB RAM, SSD, GTX480, etc.). There are no other known issues with the system. I don't use any sort of package managers or automatic updates. This issue happens regardless of whether the media played is physically local on the computer, or if it is on a network.
I was running Kubuntu Natty Narwhal installed on my USB disk and a download in Firefox was in progress. There was a power failure and now when i try to boot it up it first says:invalid environment block and when continued says: /tmp not yet readyIt cannot automatically fix it. Skipping the mount or ignoring doesnt work. And i dont know what's going on so i cannot fix it manually.
I have a Dell Optiplex GX280 with an ATI Radeon 3470 HDMI card. I'd like to install Ubuntu on this computer, and I'd like to use my Olevia HDTV as a monitor and use it as a media computer. I attach the tv to the computer via HDMI, and boot to the Ubuntu install disk - I'm presented with an 'Invalid Format' error message, and no video on the tv. Is there any way around this error so I can continue the install?
recently I have installed a suse 10 sp2 on my computer. I have a big problem about connecting to my ADSL Router. The problem is that I can't ping the router at all and the Kinternet log is prompted that
status is: disconnected trying to connect to smpppd connect to smpppd Status is: disconnected error: cannot read real interface for eth-bus-pci-0000:04:00.0
I can easily open the web page of my router with windows OS but in the suse I can not do that with firefox.
I have installed Windows 7 followed by Fedora 11. Everytime I install Fedora 11 with Win 7, the first to boot, I get BOOTMGR missing. Later I used "df -h" command to see the disk file usage fdisk -l" to see the info regarding Disk Partitions. Went into the /boot/grub/menu.lst and modified the order. I set the partition where I find the bootmgr.exe.mui, there was another file named "memtest.exe.mui in the same file.
I navigated to the above said through Fedora 11. Located inside the Win 7 installed directory /boot/en-US/
When I changed the menu.lst file, I get a new error Error 12: Invalid device requested when I tried to boot Win 7. Does that mean that Fedora 11 GRUB is not getting the bootmgr.exe.mui since its 2 levels inside the boot directory ??
My organization just moved to using a zscaler proxy system. Basically, I have to use a .pac file in Firefox to get onto the proxy, which directs me to a series of two Flash pages, one to input my username, one for the password. After reading through the .pac file, I was able to get some command-line things to work by specifying the proxy given at the end. However, this server uses an SSL certificate that is not emitted by an authority, but rather directly by our organization. In Firefox, I had to import this certificate to enable https:// browsing.
Is there any way to "import" this certificate so that yum can use it? Because yum freezes with the error: Code: Could not get metalink [URL] error was 14: Peer cert cannot be verified or peer cert invalid
I have a something.gz file. When I type gunzip -c something.gz this commend open the file but at the end of the file I get an error message invalid compressed data--length error. Also if I type more at the and of this commend like gunzip -c something.gz | more, file would not open. It gives some meaningless characters.I want to open this file with more.
I'm trying to install Fedora 13 VM on my CentOS 5.5 64 bit install following the below link. I used this same process to install a CentOS 5.5 VM just to test the process. Now when I try to follow it making changes for Fedora Im getting an error.[URL] config file:
kernel = "/install/vm/fedora/vmlinuz" ramdisk = "/install/vm/fedora/initrd.img" name = "fedora13"
In the CentOS link I posted it said to use kernel from the xen directory.Ive found out that the last fedora version that shipped with xen was fedora 8. Does anyone know where I can find a fedora 12/13 xen kernel? Ive searched google for hours and can not find a xen kernel. Actually I'm to the point where I would even use ubuntu or any similar distro if I could find a xen kernel.
I have acer laptop with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 graphics card. I have downloaded ATI Radeon 5xxx driver from ati official site. When I ran it using the command below, it gives me the following error
i followed the install method in the g95.org as follows.Installation Notes Unix (Linux/OSX/Solaris/Irix/etc.): Open a console, and go to the directory in which you want to install g95. To download and install g95, run the following commands:
wget -O - http://ftp.g95.org/g95-x86-linux.tgz | tar xvfz -
everything seemed to work fine. the g95 command in terminal prompted a "no input files" so it seemed to work. i made a quick hello program to test and i get these errors.
/tmp/cc3Ugii1.s: Assembler messages:
/tmp/cc3Ugii1.s:11: Error: suffix or operands invalid for `push'
tested the program with gfortran and it worked fine. i googled around a little and it appears that the error have something to do with a 64 bit 32bit problem. i mean like the compiler is expecting 64 bit, but libraries are 32 bit. or somthing like that.
I successfully built the sources for 64 bit linux drivers from [URL].... on the 64 bit F14 machine: Linux localhost.localdomain 18.104.22.168-45.fc14.x86_64 #1 SMP Mon Oct 18 23:57:44 UTC 2010 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux and got wl.ko:
We are using LPC3250 ARM9 and LTIB for building the Linux 22.214.171.124 We have written some code to access GPIO and was working earlier with opensuse 9.0 We now have fedora 11 32 bit 126.96.36.199-105.2.23.fc11.i686.PAE When we make the program we get following errors we are using GCC3.4.5
I can not for the life of me determine how to get the monitor serial number / manufacture date using Extended Display Identification Data (EDID). Does anyone know? None of the following provide this info:
Downloaded the stable kernel 188.8.131.52 from kernel.org/ (Current Kernel:2.6.18-92.el5) However i have extracted the source code .ran make mrproper copied the old configuration file and selected it by using make menuconfig .However after selecting it and clicking ok i m getting following error.
config:656:warning: symbol value 'm' invalid for IP_DCCP_CCID3 .config:657:warning: symbol value 'm' invalid for IP_DCCP_TFRC_LIB #config:1353:warning: symbol value 'm' invalid for FIXED_PHY # configuration written to .config 'm' invalid for IWL4965
I have 2 hdds, with encrypted / and /home. Besides there are four other (encrypted ext4) partitions I use rarely. In Fedora 11 at boottime I gave the luks passphrase for / and home and the system booted as intended.
Whenever I needed those extra encrypted partitions I mounted them in Nautilus. Now, in Fedora 12 at boottime dracut tries to open all the encrypted partitions, / and /home are mounted fine, but opening all the other partitions gave the following messages in messages.log:
dracut: luksOpen /dev/sdb6 luks-02a0e706-a26f-4019-a2a0-88a0366a994d kernel: Buffer I/O error on device dm-0, logical block 124 kernel: device-mapper: ioctl: unable to remove open device temporary-cryptsetup-304 kernel: Buffer I/O error on device dm-0, logical block 124 kernel: Buffer I/O error on device dm-0, logical block 124
...and these messages are repeated with the other partiitions, and the boot time takes very, very long. How can I tell dracut to ignore those extra encrypted partitions at boottime?
my server is fedora-7 and it was working fine till yesterday yester I have power failu problem after we got problem. while booting following error coming Inode 3640928 has a bad extended atribute block