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[/FONT]I am I am new to open suse.
I was able to in stall everything pretty easy wireless scanner,printer and connect to network hard drive the only problem I have are the following errornew to open suse.
I was able to in stall everything pretty easy wireless scanner,printer and connect to network hard drive the only problem I have are the following error

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I am new to open suse.
I was able to in stall everything pretty easy wireless scanner,printer and connect to network hard drive the only problem I have are the following error
5937] usd 1-1.4: string descriptor 0 read error -22
3341] [drm:ilk_display_irq_handler} *ERROR Pipe A FIFO underrun
3580] [drm:cpt_set_fifo_underrun_reporting] ERROR uncleared pch fifo underrun
3581] [drm:cpt_serr_int_handler] **error PCH transcoder A FIFunderrun

These errors show up at shut down and this error show up at startup and shut down
5937] usd 1-1.4: string descriptor 0 read error -22

Thank you

steve

scubasteve70 donned his tin foil hat and penned:

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> s. ​
> I am I am new to open suse.
> I was able to in stall everything pretty easy wireless scanner,printer
> and connect to network hard drive the only problem I have are the
> following errornew to open suse.
> I was able to in stall everything pretty easy wireless scanner,printer
> and connect to network hard drive the only problem I have are the
> following error
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I cannot get to the site you link to could you please elaborate?

Plus all that stuff above is what I got in my Knode,

Some of us do not use the web interface, Why cos it is da*m quicker :slight_smile:

Also you do not have to login once configured, it may be old hat but it just
works
:wink:


Mark
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Sorry those links dont work.
The error messages i posted are now coming up at start up.

Everything runs fine just those errors.
5937] usd 1-1.4: string descriptor 0 read error -22
3341] [drm:ilk_display_irq_handler} *ERROR Pipe A FIFO underrun
3580] [drm:cpt_set_fifo_underrun_reporting] ERROR uncleared pch fifo underrun
3581] [drm:cpt_serr_int_handler] **error PCH transcoder A FIFunderrun.

If I update kernels would that solve the problem and I updated to plasma 5.

It is not that uncommon to have some errors show up it can be that the OS is looking for hardware that is not there. If all works don’t worry about it.

In the usd line: that should be usb, shouldn’t it? IINM the error -22 indicates that there is an usb device that can’t be read. Perhaps a defective pendrive on usb disk.

The drm errors appear to be related to a kernel bug when reporting stuff, see 79261 – [snb] [Samsung NP530U3C-A02CL] [drm:ilk_display_irq_handler] *ERROR* Pipe A FIFO underrun
Some people report that a BIOS update or a kernel upgrade fix these messages, others say it doesn’t. Apparently you shouldn’t worry about them if they have no impact in your system performance or usage.