General :: Invalid ACPI: Invalid PBLK Length [5] During Debian Boot

Sep 20, 2010

I installed Debian 5.03 Lenny successfully on my machine. I got this error during boot: ACPI : invalid PBLK length [5]. After that the Operating System boots properly and starts normally. What does this error statement mean? Is it safe to work with this installation despite this error?

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Debian Configuration :: ACPI Invalid PBLK Length [7]

Jun 23, 2010

During boot (and in dmesg) I get the following message:

[6.782835] ACPI: Invalid PBLK length [7]

Also possibly related, whenever I close my laptop lid, kacpi_notify and kacpid eat up the cpu, and the screen doesn't actually blank.

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General :: Parsing Err Or Invalid $END - Correct User Use Of Invalid Characters

Feb 10, 2011

Trying simply to insert into table. Have succeeded in doing this but now want to correct user use of invalid characters. If I'm understanding correctly, Real-escape-string seems to correct these, so I've been trying to figure out how to use it. A short, test code version gives me a syntax error at INSERT VALUES, which--because it still has the single quotes in the text--tells me the real-escape-string didn't work. The code below gives me a parseing error with invalid $END at </body>.

Insert Error: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ' VALUES (UTC_TIMESTAMP,'What's happen' bra?')' at line 1 Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end in /home/powere15/public_html/DB/exercises_insert_record.php on line 94
<html><head><title>Exercise Catalog Insert Record</title></head>
/* Change db and connect values if using online */

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Jun 20, 2011

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.

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Ubuntu :: Losetup Disk Encryption - Ioctl: LOOP_SET_STATUS: Invalid Argument, Requested Cipher Or Key Length (128 Bits) Not Supported By Kernel

Dec 14, 2010

In 10.04 I was using the following commands to mount an encrypted disk image:

Code: sudo losetup -f Which tells what loop back device block is available Then I'd type:

Code: sudo losetup -e aes /dev/loop0 /home/user/crypt.img and then enter the device's password

Code: sudo mount -t ext4 /dev/loop0 /media/crypt I've tried this in 10.10 and it hasn't been working (I can't remember if I did anything in 10.04 to make it work). I've installed the loop-aes-utils package and restarted my machine. Every time I try the 2nd step, after entering the password I get: Code: ioctl: LOOP_SET_STATUS: Invalid argument, requested cipher or key length (128 bits) not supported by kernel

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Debian :: New Invalid Eth0 Connection On Boot

Jan 23, 2015

I'm using NetworkManager for networking.After a big Debian upgrade I had a new problem.Every boot it create a new (invalid) "eth0" connection, and NetworkManager connect automatically to it.As expected, the connection is invalid, and I'm not connection to the Internet.

What I do to fix this every boot is manually remove this wrong "eth0" connection and NetworkManager automatically connect to my good eth0 connection.

Note: If I boot my machine N times without deleting connections, I see N same and invalid "eth0" connections.I think this happen because /etc / network / interfaces conflicts with NetworkManager, but I don't know what trigger this. Here is my relevant configuration:

Code: Select all# This file describes the network interfaces available on your system
# and how to activate them. For more information, see interfaces(5).
# The loopback network interface
auto lo
iface lo inet loopback


* No "/etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/eth0" connection is created in configuration, but it's displayed.

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General :: Simple Boot Flag Value 0x5 Read From CMOS RAM Invalid

Apr 3, 2010

Searching syslog to diagnose other problems I encountered this line. As near as I can tell it has nothing to do with any problem I have.

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Aug 16, 2011

Bottom Line: Dvd Drive died in my toshiba laptop and it was replaced (not before tech for some reason reformatted the Win7 partition... which was 100% un-needed, but thats beside the point now. I redid win7 (the tech installed vista) and am TRYING to "redo grub". Facts: The Slackware AND Ubuntu Partitions ARE STILL THERE and when i use SuperGrub Boot CD (which doesn't restore my grub by itself) to boot into slackware, i can see ALL THE CONTENT of both Linuxes still there including grub on ubuntu partition

(Tri-Boot: Ubuntu, Slackware, and WIn7) I had it working for two years or so, SO i know this "setup" works fine. I am A) Trying to do this as simply as possible. B) Trying to avoid the need to download a 800MB ISO (as seen for this issue on this forum) and trying not to have to reformat Ubuntu Partition (though I have the .Debs I have downloaded for it backed up ... all 1.7GB of them) I have /dev/sda1 as win7, /dev/sda2 as Slack and /dev/sda3 as Ubuntu (which contains Grub Legacy).. Every command I do seems to result in an error like "invalid command" or "invalid Execution format " (i think that second one is right) type errors. I compiled (awhile back) a few kernels for Slackware, but feel goofy that I cant figure what i this out (what i thought was going to be a "2 minute" fix)

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Ubuntu :: Laptop Boot Failure - Invalid Enviroment Block - Unable To Load Default Boot Entries

Mar 3, 2010

Have been running ubuntu for sometime now and love its functionality...However since a recent update have the following issues..When I power on the laptop I get the toshiba logo followed by grub loading with the message ' invalid enviroment block" "unable to load default boot entries". When I then try to run the laptop off a LiveCd, the ubuntu splash screen appears with the loading process bar (horizontal line) displayed..however it then appears to display a black screen with no further activity..Now all of this is via an external monitor as my laptop screen shows no activity right from the very start with just a blank am really stuck here wondering if its a harware/software issue or a combination of both...

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Ubuntu Installation :: 9.10 - Cannot Boot Win 7 (Invalid Signature)

Apr 5, 2010

I'm trying to install Ubuntu 9.10 on my machine which already has Windows 7 (I want to be able to dual-boot). I had no problems installing Ubuntu but now I cannot boot Windows, I get this error after selecting Windows in the Grub boot menu:
Error: invalid signature
Press any key to continue

When I press a key I'm returned to the Grub menu. There I can boot Linux without problems. I have two 500 GB disks in a RAID 1 array. Windows 7 is installed there. Then I have a 1.5 TB disk where I installed Linux in a partition I created for it. I think the problem may be that I have RAID because this seems to show up as two disks and not one:
more /boot/grub/
(hd0) /dev/sda
(hd1) /dev/sdb
(hd2) /dev/sdc
Three disks and not two.

If I do sudo update-grub I get this:
Generating grub.cfg ...
Found linux image: /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.31-20-generic
Found initrd image: /boot/initrd.img-2.6.31-20-generic
Found linux image: /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.31-14-generic
Found initrd image: /boot/initrd.img-2.6.31-14-generic
Found memtest86+ image: /boot/memtest86+.bin
Found Windows 7 (loader) on /dev/mapper/isw_ccdddiiiea_Mirror1
grub-probe: error: no mapping exists for `isw_ccdddiiiea_Mirror1'

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Ubuntu Installation :: 11.04 - Unable To Boot - Invalid Command

May 24, 2011

I recently installed Ubuntu 10.04LTS on my computer and realized I wanted to give 11.04 a try. So, using the Update Manager both times, I applied all updates then upgraded to 10.10 then to 11.04.

Here's where the problem starts. Grub loads fine. I choose Ubuntu. I briefly get a purple splash screen then a black screen with some text that looks like Ubuntu is trying to load (I've attached a picture of this screen). This screen flashes a couple times then stays up and nothing happens afterwards. I can input text and commands but I get no response. Not even an "invalid command". The only thing I can do is press CTRL+ALT+DEL and my computer will reboot.

I have Ubuntu installed alongside Windows 7 on a 50Gb partition (plenty right?), AMD 64-bit dual core processor, and an ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics card. This is on an HP Pavilion dv3 laptop.

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Debian Configuration :: Invalid User Using SSH

Nov 26, 2015

I just installed Debian Jessie (3.16.0-4-amd64) on a desktop box I intend to use as a server in our home office. During installation I included the web server and SSH server options. I have a user account, 'mitchell' set up in addition to root. Everything is working great except that I am unable to log in via SSH from other machines, such as a Windows desktop also on the office LAN (using PuTTY). From the PuTTY terminal it looks like the user name is accepted because the password is requested, but after entering the password it says "Access denied".

Back on the Debian box in I see:

Code: Select allNov 26 14:12:02 DebianDevP6TSE sshd[2278]: Invalid user mitchell from
Nov 26 14:12:02 DebianDevP6TSE sshd[2278]: input_userauth_request: invalid user mitchell [preauth]
Nov 26 14:12:07 DebianDevP6TSE sshd[2278]: pam_unix(sshd:auth): check pass; user unknown
Nov 26 14:12:07 DebianDevP6TSE sshd[2278]: pam_unix(sshd:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser=
Nov 26 14:12:10 DebianDevP6TSE sshd[2278]: Failed password for invalid user mitchell from port 60010 ssh2

So I am guessing I need to set up either the SSHD server, or maybe something in PAM, to authorized users for SSH access?

As a note, "mitchell" is the user name I use to log on to Debian, and I am entering the same user name and password when trying to log in via SSH.

If I try to log in via SSH as "root" I get the following in the log:

Code: Select allNov 26 14:17:01 DebianDevP6TSE CRON[2329]: pam_unix(cron:session): session opened for user root by (uid=0)
Nov 26 14:17:02 DebianDevP6TSE CRON[2329]: pam_unix(cron:session): session closed for user root
Nov 26 14:29:59 DebianDevP6TSE sshd[2383]: pam_unix(sshd:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser=  user=root
Nov 26 14:30:01 DebianDevP6TSE sshd[2383]: Failed password for root from port 60132 ssh2

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Debian :: Mount Option Is Invalid

Jul 11, 2010

i just installed Debian 5.0.5 ! and i used guided partition (option one) while installing BUT immediately i cannot access my Windows drives C & D. if i click it , it says "Invalid mount option when attempting to mount the volume C " how to fix it?

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Ubuntu Installation :: Invalid System Disk On Boot Error?

Jun 17, 2010

I am a long time Windows user and attempting to install Ubuntu Netbook 10 on my Acer Aspire netbook.I followed the steps:1) Downloading the Ubuntu ISO to my netbook hard drive.2) Installed Ubuntu from the netbook HD to USB using USB universal installer (also using the universal installer to format the USB)3) Set bios to first read USB deviceI receive the following message during the boot "Invalid system disk. Replace the disk, and then press any key.I have retried this process several times.

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Ubuntu :: Boot Fails From HD - Error Getting Socket / Invalid Argument

Jun 20, 2011

I have an old PC with two hard drives (40 and 60Gb) and it uses dual IGhz pIII processors. It shares screen,mouse and keyboard with another PC.Both into Netgear modem. It ran ubuntu 8.04 and XP Pro on the drives above with no problems. Then I decided to try Mint 11 (34bit CD) - result after Grub blank screen other than flashing cursor at top left.No input from keyboard.
Tried Mint KDE 10 (34bit DVD) same result.
Tried Kubuntu 10 (CD) same result.
Reinstalled Ubuntu 8.04 no problem.
Upgraded via download from 8.04 to 10LTS hoping that this would somehow prevent the problem and have screen which says:-

starting up
[000000] ACPI no DMI BIOS year,ACPI =force is required to enable acpi
mount: mounting none on /dev failed: No such device
udevd[825]: error getting socket: Invalid argument
error initialising netlink socket
udevd[825] error initialising netlink socket
libudev: udev_monitor_new_from_netlink:error getting socket:Invalid argument
Segmentation fault
Gave up waiting for root device.Common problems:
Boot args (cat/proc/cmmdline)
Check root delay (Did the system wait long enough)
Check root (did the sytem wait for the right device)
Missing modules (cat/proc/modules; 1s /dev)
ALERT! dev/disc/by-uuid/"long number here" does not exist.Dropping to a shell.

Then it goes into Busybox and ends with "initramfs". I have tried altering the boot device in BIOS from HDD0 through 3 with the same result other than more bad language!

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Debian :: Firefox - Getting Invalid Certificate On Every Page

Jun 20, 2011

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Debian Configuration :: Invalid Character In Revision ?

Sep 10, 2010

When i upgrade my packages with aptitude in testing, I am starting to get this error.

Also I get this from cron now and then.

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Debian :: 'INVALID Magic Number' - Grub2

May 6, 2011

I get error 'invalid magic number' when using this

vmlinuz 2,417,247 bytes

if I use this:

vmlinuz 2,417,312 bytes

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OpenSUSE Install :: Cant Boot Xp - Invalid Or Unsupported Executable Format Chainloader +1

Sep 27, 2010

I was installing opensuse on the c partition and it gave errors so i aborted it now i click on windows and it says invalid or unsupported executable format chainloader +1 so then i proceeded to try and fix this by changing the menu.lst to this:

And now it tells me that disk isnt found so i need to know what to put in the menu.lst to load the actual windows partition and then fix the original error.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Triple Boot: 9.10 / XP Home / XP Pro - Error: Invalid Signature

Jan 11, 2010

I have a fairly old computer, (4 years) it is has an Intel Pentium 4 3,4 Ghz processor with 1,5Gb RAM, and had been running XP Home on a 80Gb HDD. About three weeks ago, I purchased a 500Gb HDD, and disconnected my old drive. I partitioned the new drive to 120 Gb and 380Gb. I put XP Pro on the 120Gb partition, and Ubuntu 9.10 on the balance.

On reboot, startup menu (grub?) gave me the option to boot from, among others, Ubuntu 9.10, and XP Pro. Both worked fine! I then reconnected the old drive, and if I wanted to boot up in XP Home, would tap "F8" on start-up, and select the old HDD to boot from. This was working fine and I was happy with the way it worked! This morning, when I re-booted, the Start-up menu now had XP Home added to the list.

If I select either Ubuntu 9.10 or XP Home, they both work fine, but if I select XP Pro, it give me the message "error: invalid signature" and when I press any key, brings me back to the menu.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Laptop Won't Boot - Swapoff Failed: Invalid Argument

Jun 5, 2011

I have a SONY laptop, PCG-7181M model. It came with Windows 7 but I changed the OS to Ubuntu. Last night it asked me to upgrade to the new version called Natty Narwhal. I had to go to bed so I changed the sleep timer on the laptop to 2 hours, the time it would have taken the upgrade to complete. I woke up and the laptop was off, now only the grub menu shows up and the laptop won't boot. I tried doing this: - When the machine boots up, press Esc to get to the Grub menu - Select one of the recovery mode options. This will boot you up to a single-user root prompt. - Run sudo fdisk /dev/sda (this assumes that your hard drive is at sda) - Type p to see which hard drive partition is labeled Linux swap. In my case the partition was /dev/sda5. Type q to exist fdisk. - Type these commands:


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Installation :: Can't Boot Windows (GRUB) / Invalid Or Unsupported Executable Format?

Feb 1, 2010

On my Laptop is an 80 GB HD. I installed Windows XP first (at this point it worked perfectly) then installed on the same HD, but on other partitions Archlinux.

The whole thing looks like this now:

/dev/sda1 <--- Windows xp
/dev/sda2 <--- arch linux (/, etc, etc^^)
/dev/sda3 <--- homes
/dev/sda4 <--- boot partition (grub)

(I got no SWAP partition, I got 4gb RAM (well can only use 3, since my system doesn't support 64bit), and my friend told me there's no absolute need for a a swap :>)

Arch Linux is booting perfectly (and very fast), but Windows XP doesn't want to boot anymore :>
(Just if it's from any importance: In the partition program I took the "bootable" flag away from my XP Partition and set it to sda4 - I thought I need to do that, but now I'm not so sure anymore :P )

My entry in the file /boot/grub/menu.lst looks like this (I also tried various others)

title Windows
root (hd0,1)
chainloader +1

When I boot and choose the Windows XP in the GRUB boot menu, the following message appears:

error 13: invalid or unsupported executable format

When I set root(hd0,1) to root(hd0,0) (what seemed the most logical to me) and boot again selecting the windows xp, then the GRUB cosole appears.

So what did I do wrong - or better said: what should I do now?

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Debian Installation :: Get Rid Of Invalid Partition Table Message

Jan 21, 2015

I have just installed the newest Debian Stable 7.8 release on my new notebook. Before installation I had to free some disk space from the preinstalled Windows7 with ntfsresize and fdisk. In addition to the existing three primary partitions I created an extended one with three logical partitions for /(root) /home and swap, see the output of 'fdisk -lu'

Code: Select allDisk /dev/sda: 1000.2 GB, 1000204886016 bytes
255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 121601 cylinders, total 1953525168 sectors
Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 4096 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 4096 bytes / 4096 bytes
Disk identifier: 0x196585ba

[Code] ....

Partition table entries are not in disk order

For some reason I put a bootable flag on sda7, and the only small concern during installation was that some BIOS systems might not work with boot-flag no logical drives. Now, every time I boot I get this "Invalid partition table!' message which I must 'enter" away before I get to the GRUB menu.

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Feb 19, 2016

i can not enter to my partition when i try that thing , i got this message:

1- Invalid mount option when attempting to mount the volume.

2 - You are not privileged to mount this volume.

first message it is about entering (( Windows OS partition )) (( NTFS ))

second message it is about entering other partiton with (( FAT32 ))

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Jan 7, 2016

I got the Raspberry pi 2 Model B. I flashed my sdcard with raspberian Jessie kernel 4.1 (latest).Also tried wheezy and NOOBS, same behavior.With a ethernet cable (known working), I tried connecting my Pi to my home router, and I got a invalid ip address, and therefore no linkup. I got the same results by connecting my Pi directly to my modem (wired).

I know that /etc/dhcpd.conf is the new /etc/network/interfaces for network configurations.So I tried the debug option, and I noticed that the router doesn't seems to response to the DISCOVER command from the Pi (dhcp v4 protocol).Here's a dump of by /var/log/syslog | grep dhcp

Code: Select allDec 28 12:00:02 raspberrypi systemd[1]: Starting dhcpcd on all interfaces...
Dec 28 12:00:02 raspberrypi dhcpcd[349]: version 6.7.1 starting
Dec 28 12:00:02 raspberrypi dhcpcd[349]: udev: starting
Dec 28 12:00:02 raspberrypi dhcpcd[349]: dev: loaded udev
Dec 28 12:00:02 raspberrypi dhcpcd[349]: eth0: disabling kernel IPv6 RA support


ANd if i use raspbian flesh out of installation, I get this when i run

dhcpcd -k
dhcpcd eth0
eth0: probing for an IPv4ALL address
eth0: using IPv4ALL address

Seems like my home router TP-link (default setup) doesn't send a response to the dhcp request.

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Oct 29, 2014

This error is very difficult to solve, but also appears widespread across the Debian universe and also others like Arch and Fedora. I use a Canon LiDE 110 scanner and it has always worked very well under Linux. This same problem affects many other scanners not just the 110. Run any front end like xSane and after initially appearing to be OK it will fail with an Invalid Argument error.

But, it does not happen to everyone. I have several machines to experiment with so I did. I also used Debian Testing and Sid, Ubuntu 14.04 and 14.10 and various Mint versions and desktops.

The error is all to do with USB3. Plugging the scanner into a USB2 port does not in and of itself solve the issue. Nor does running the scanner through a hub. On my older laptop without USB3 hardware my scanner works like a charm using any modern Linux. On my very old spare desktop it also works fine despite having USB3.

But, on my shiny new Intel i5 on an ASUS H97I Plus it all falls apart. After much reading of forums and many dead ends we find the problem is modern machines with Intel xHCI Mode in the BIOS. It has to be off, not enabled, auto nor super auto. But when you turn it off you turn off USB3 support and your system falls back to USB2 only. My old spare machine has an AMD chipset and USB3 enabled does not cause this error.

So if you need to use your scanner and get this error then xHCI mode is the workaround. Fine if you have no real need for USB3, but most definitely a temporary solution.

Where in the system does this error come from? Too hard for me. Is it in Sane or in the libusb sub system or all the way up to the kernel? However if you have any USB device that has stopped working this setting in your BIOS has got to be worth a try. It is nothing to do with permissions or firmware.

sane-utils updated to 1.0.24-5 in sid (Dec 12, 2014) problem still exists.

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Jan 30, 2016

I went cold turkey from 7.6 to 8.3 (needed to re-partition anyway)..reformatted etc. I'm seeing this in my logs:

battery: (dis)charge rate invalid

I dont believe I had this issue in 7.6. Laptop is an Acer Aspire S7 391-6468.

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Jul 10, 2015

I have a problem trying to create an encrypted LUKS partition on a USB pen drive, but I don't know whether it is a hardware or software issue.

I just installed debian on this laptop with non-free packages:

Code: Select allroot@debianpc:~# uname -a
Linux debianpc 3.16.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt11-1 (2015-05-24) x86_64 GNU/Linux

Then just to learn cryptsetup I thought it was safer playing with a partition on an old usb pen drive. But when I try the command:

Code: Select allcryptsetup -v --debug --cipher aes-xts-plain64 --key-size 512 --hash sha512 --iter-time 3000 --use-urandom --verify-passphrase luksFormat /dev/sdb2

I get the usual message (Are you sure? ...), I type yes then it fails with code 22:

Code: Select all# cryptsetup 1.6.6 processing "cryptsetup -v --debug --cipher aes-xts-plain64 --key-size 512 --hash sha512 --iter-time 3000 --use-urandom --verify-passphrase luksFormat /dev/sdb2"
# Running command luksFormat.
# Locking memory.
# Installing SIGINT/SIGTERM handler.
# Unblocking interruption on signal.

This will overwrite data on /dev/sdb2 irrevocably.

Are you sure? (Type uppercase yes): yes
# Unlocking memory.
Command failed with code 22: Invalid argument

I had /var/log/messages open in tail on another terminal, but no message appeared. I tried the same command deleting one by one the parameters, but I got the same behaviour, so I don't think it is a parameter problem.

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Jun 18, 2011

I have two Debian machines running Squeeze x86 and x86_64.

I am having difficulties to untar a file in x86_64, although it is working in x86.

I made sure file is the same and the md5 match in both machines.

It seems like something special in x86_64 is causing it to fail.

See below:

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Apr 13, 2015

I migrated from Ubuntu 14.10 some weeks ago and I've been playing with Debian Jessie RC2 these days. Everything is working right... however when debian is starting I get some error messages from nouveau, I've just run dmesg and here is the output [URL] ....

I'm getting some lines like this :

Code: Select all[    8.933681] nouveau  [  DEVICE][0000:08:00.0] BOOT0  : 0x0e7240a2
[    8.933682] nouveau  [  DEVICE][0000:08:00.0] Chipset: GK107 (NVE7)
[    8.933683] nouveau  [  DEVICE][0000:08:00.0] Family : NVE0
[    8.948205] nouveau  [   VBIOS][0000:08:00.0] using image from ACPI
[    8.948513] nouveau  [   VBIOS][0000:08:00.0] BIT signature found

[Code] ....

There is any explanation for these "write of ___________ FAULT at ________" messages?

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