[Techtalk] Kernel messages scribbling on console
rb at tertius.net.au
Wed Feb 25 12:43:26 EST 2004
Whenever I load or unload certain modules, especially the USB stuff
necessary for my PalmPilot to synchronize, or the scsi stuff that my
ancient parallel Zip drive needs, it chucks stupid stuff like this one
hub.c: new USB device
00:07.2-2, assigned address 13
Manufacturer: Palm, Inc.
Product: Palm Handheld
usbserial.c: Handspring Visor / Treo / Palm 4.0 / Cliw attached to ttyUSB1 (or usb/tts/1 for devfs)
SB disconnect on device 00:07.2-2 address 11
usbserial.c: Handspring Visor / Treo / Palm 4.0 / Cli^@ 4.x converter now disconnected from ttyUSB0
usbserial.c: Handspring Visor / Treo / Palm 4.0 / Cli^@ 4.x converter now disconnected from ttyUSB1
all over whichever virtual terminal I am working in at the time, which
is *really* annoying especially if I am working in one of those
braindead programs which don't have a function for "redraw screen"!
My syslog setup only has *.emerg set to go to "console", and I'm fairly
certain that the serial number for a new USB device hasn't been
classified as "emergency information" so how is this getting onto my VT
and how can I stop it from happening???
: Usual state: (e) None of the above.
: rb at tertius.net.au http://tertius.net.au/~rb/
: The primary purpose of the DATA statement is to give names to
: constants; instead of referring to pi as 3.141592653589793 at
: every appearance, the variable PI can be given that value with a
: DATA statement and used instead of the longer form of the
: constant. This also simplifies modifying the program, should
: the value of pi change. -- FORTRAN manual for Xerox Computers
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