Hello,

the a snippet of file /var/log/messages-20110409.bz2 content reads:

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Apr 9 12:29:43 linux-7p37 demond: [P:3244 T:813905696] src/discovery.c : 191 getHidDevices -- path: [/dev/usb/hiddev0]
Apr 9 12:29:43 linux-7p37 demond: [P:3244 T:813905696] src/discovery.c : 158 getHidDevices -- failed in opening HIDDEV file: /dev/usb/hiddev1. No such file or directory
Apr 9 12:29:43 linux-7p37 demond: [P:3244 T:813905696] src/discovery.c : 158 getHidDevices -- failed in opening HIDDEV file: /dev/usb/hiddev2. No such file or directory
Apr 9 12:29:43 linux-7p37 demond: [P:3244 T:813905696] src/discovery.c : 158 getHidDevices -- failed in opening HIDDEV file: /dev/usb/hiddev3. No such file or directory
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I have tried to find the significance of the messages relating to hiddev1 to hiddev15 (all on RED background). It looks rather scary (!), but I am inclined to believe that it is not that serious; I tend to believe that the RED background must be a tribute to the programmer's sense for the dramatic.

Can anybody enlighten me?

Thanks,
J C Anker