lsmod | grep -i usb
usbcore 146028 3 ehci_hcd,ohci_hcd
Couldn't display "/media/Unns_disk". There is no application installed for this filetype.
pmount ("policy mount") is a wrapper around the standard mount program
which permits normal users to mount removable devices without a match‐
ing /etc/fstab entry.
Audio is something that should be easy to fix, preferrably working just out of the box.
hitting CTRL+ALT+F1 suddenly got me a terminal window running full screen with the same message scrolling.
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[18535.xxxxxx] hub 3-0:1-0 : over-current change on port 1
It is then repeated for port 2, 3, 4, and 5. The number in the beginning keeps rising, maybe an error number...
Can this be the USB error I am experiencing? Can this be what slows my computer down so much that it is slower than on Windows XP?
This is something that the kernel catches from hardware and it may well be a hardware error (in USB)
And yes, Win may tolerate it and Mint be slowed down
You probably find it in syslog
There is an application in the menu "System log" and you can view syslog there
A seemingly strange question - do you see it in all TTYs? In ctrl+alt+F1 and F2 all the way up to F6 (F7 is back to X)
Yes, you are right, it show in the syslog. I actually have problems looking at the first items in the log because it is constantly adding new messages and jumping to the end of the list...
And to the strange question - no, I only see it on TTY1. Does this mean anything special?
Only on TTY1 means something special - but I don't know what
I saw reports on this error where different kernels or at least different distros gave different results
I'll take a look at the USB stuff
I think you have some hardware error but I'm not sure
over-current change on port 1
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