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I cant get rid of the following messages after the plymouth starts..

smsusb_init_device: line: 384: smscore_start_device(...) failed
[   27.244635] smsusb_onresponse: line: 117: error, urb status -2, 0 bytes
[   27.245013] smsusb_onresponse: line: 117: error, urb status -2, 0 bytes
[   27.245132] smsusb_onresponse: line: 117: error, urb status -2, 0 bytes
[   27.245262] smsusb_onresponse: line: 117: error, urb status -2, 0 bytes
[   27.245382] smsusb_onresponse: line: 117: error, urb status -2, 0 bytes
[   27.245512] smsusb_onresponse: line: 117: error, urb status -2, 0 bytes
[   27.245631] smsusb_onresponse: line: 117: error, urb status -2, 0 bytes
[   27.245762] smsusb_onresponse: line: 117: error, urb status -2, 0 bytes
[   27.245880] smsusb_onresponse: line: 117: error, urb status -2, 0 bytes
[   27.246011] smsusb_onresponse: line: 117: error, urb status -2, 0 bytes

Any idea how to get rid of them? enter image description here

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closed as too localized by fossfreedom Feb 21 '12 at 21:31

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still waiting for an answer to this problem.. anyone ? –  Ubuntuser Feb 1 '11 at 8:01
    
Are you still experiencing this issue? –  jrg Sep 3 '11 at 12:33
    
yes i am and i have no idea how to resolve –  Ubuntuser Sep 6 '11 at 15:07
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what kernel video driver does this system use? (cat /proc/fb) –  slangasek Sep 28 '11 at 6:14
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Ok. With radeondrmfb, you ought bo be getting a graphical splash screen; but your screen shot shows that the text fallback is being used instead. Please check that the plymouth-theme-ubuntu-logo package is installed. If it is, I recommend upgrading to Ubuntu 11.10, which includes a number of fixes to plymouth support. –  slangasek Oct 15 '11 at 17:14
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