SSH Error messages
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 3, 2006
I got mant same messags as follows, But ssh is in normal operation. The error messages really increases my /var/adm/messages size. Some idears?
Thank you very much.
Jul 8 03:10:49 sys52 sshd: [ID 800047 auth.error] error: setsockopt SO_KEEPALIVE: Invalid argument
Jul 1 08:23:51 sys52 sshd: [ID 800047 auth.error] error: accept: Software caused connection abort
Error messages after Update
location: linux.com - date: May 8, 2012
Each time I tape sudo apt-get update I get these error messages at the end:
W: Failed to fetch http://ppa.launchpad.net/and471/slickpanel-daily/ubuntu/dists/lucid/main/binary-i386/Packages.gz 404 Not Found
W: Failed to fetch http://ppa.launchpad.net/ubuntu-accomplishments/releases/ubuntu/dists/lucid/main/binary-i386/Packages.gz 404 Not Found
E: Some index files failed to download, they have been ignored, or old ones used instead.
Can you tell me why and how to fix them ?
I am using Ubuntu 11.10
Several GRUB error messages on startup
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 2, 2011
I just installed Natty on my laptop. It has SSD drive, so to align the file system to the physical block size properly I created the partitions manually. After the installation it only boots to the GRUB recovery console, so I tried re-installing GRUB from Live CD by:
sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
sudo grub-install --root-directory=/mnt /dev/sda
It now boots to the system but always shows the following error messages instead of the GRUB menu on every boot:
error: file not found.
error: file not found.
error: no suitable mode found.
error: no video mode activated.
error: file not found.
error: file not found.
I suspect that I've missed out something during the installation, since SSD drives seem to need some more attention. It'd be great if someone could point out what it was.
Grub2 Error Messages Installing to USB
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 18, 2012
A little help from the Grub2 experts please ...
I have a Dell Mini9 with a failed SSD. I've removed it. I've been using an 8G Imation USB drive to run Ubuntu 12.04 ever since it was released. I'd like some more space, so I got the idea I could re-install 12.04 again but using a 256M USB drive for /boot, and a 16G PNY SDHC card for / and /home.
Well, the install went well, but on reboot I get the error messages below:
error: no such device: ebd95aea-3b70-4e6d-af55-bb512da6a66e
error: file not found
error: no suitable mode found
error: no video mode activated
The UUID above is for / on the 16G SDHC card.
The error screen shows for about 15 seconds, then I get the Ubuntu splash and about 25 seconds later, the login screen. I can login from there and everything functions well. I even got the latest image, 3.2.0-26 via Update Manager and that was successful. On reboot, the error messages re-appeared.
The attached file, RESULTS.txt, is from running the boo
[SOLVED] GRUB annoying error messages. error: no such disk
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 4, 2012
Let me start with this system boots up fine, but it prints the error message "error: no such disk" that I'd like to get rid of.
This is Ubuntu 10.04 running inside of VMWare ESX 5, but I have observed this problem in KVM as well.
I would love to find a way to get some kind of real debugging output to see what drive its actually complaining about but I haven't found that yet.
- date: May 31, 2013
I have had the newest Ubuntu downloaded and there are a few glitches. One, every time I open my laptop, there is an error message:
device 00:07 failed to resume:error-19
:~$ dpm run_callback() pnp_bus.resume +0x0/80 return-19
It goe off quickly so I hope I have the gyst of it. It fills up the entire page, eventually and then starts again.
Also, I can't 'x' out (top left corner to get rid of a page. I have to close from the bottome.
Not sure if anyone an help but maybe you can let me know.
Making the apport error messages stop on a Sandy bridge notebook
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 4, 2013
Hello folks, I have a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.10 on my HP Pavilion G6-1315SH B1Y39EA. This particular notebook has an AMD HD7450M dedicated VGA card and one made by Intel. I've had two problems so far, both regarding the sandy bridge construction.
I think I've got rid of the first one by putting
echo OFF > /sys/kernel/debug/vgaswitcheroo/switch
in my /etc/rc.local. This seems to have solved the overheating and the low battery life issues by turning off the dedicated graphics card, which honestly I don't need at all under Linux, but I have an other one that still persists. Namely I get these error reports every now and then, seemingly at random (see attachment).
My question is: is there a way to fix this error or at least to make the error messages stop? They get very disturbing after a while.
I don't know if this is relevant, but I haven't got these error messages during the installation, so I'm assuming a driver or a kernel issue.
Thanks for your help in advance.
Error messages when booting into Ubuntu...
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 20, 2011
I'm not sure when this occurred, but it happened either when I was trying to install the new gnome-shell, or after installing kbuntu. In any event, when I try to boot Ubuntu 10.04, I get the login screen where I enter my username/password. After doing so, I get the following error messages (in this order). I should note that add the login screen, I have the option boot gnome, kde, failsafe gnome, etc. I tried all the options with the same result:
"Cannot open consolekit session: unable to open session: failed to execute to program /lib/dbus-daemon-launch-helper:success"
"Cannot enter home directory. Using /"
"Could not duplicate ICEauthority file/.Iceauthority."
Any ideas on how to correct this?
UX32A was working flawlessly on 12.10 now has constant error messages.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 11, 2013
I've got an Asus Ultrabook, the UX32A, and when I originally got this ultrabook we worked around many of the issues that it had on 12.04, it was all fixed, and the 12.10 release worked flawlessly out of the box.
Last week I ran a system update as usual, and it asked for a reboot. Once it came back from the reboot, I continually get "GFX Error" popups and if I go into the system settings, and "about" section, it says the Graphics card and Drivers are "unknown."
I've made no changes to the laptop since installing 12.10.
On boot it throws the error, and then it throws them every 1, then 5, then 15, then maybe every 6 hours after that. I'm fairly certain it was one of the recent updates that has done it.
I've pushed the bug out through the built in bug reporting feature, but I'm not sure where I need to go to follow that up. Can someone point me towards that? Or get me going on how to provide more information to get this fixed up. I'd hade to see whatever
"404 Not Found" error messages on developer.nokia.com website
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 13, 2011
I have been facing this issue for months now, just didn't get down to do anything about it till now.
When I try accessing the site http://developer.nokia.com, Firefox automatically changes the address to http://www.developer.nokia.com and I get the Chinese version of the website, and am not able to change it back to English, using the drop-down option on the site itself.
Now, this may sound like an issue with the site, but let me give you some background info, and what steps I have tried:
1. On the terminal, when I ping developer.nokia.com, I get the IP address of the site ( 126.96.36.199 ) and using this IP address, the English version of the site loads on Firefox. The problem is, if I try navigating through the links on the site, I get the "404 Not Found" error message (eg: "The requested URL /Resources/Library/Symbian_Design_Guidelines/ was not found on this server") because many links have "www.developer.nokia.com" prefixed in them.
2. When I pi
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