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Test this: Switch on your computer. Press and hold the Shift key, which will bring up the Grub menu. Select the line which starts with ---- Advanced options. Select the line ending with ---- recovery mode. In the menu with a number of options, select ---- Drop to root shell prompt. In the terminal, run the commands: mount -o remount,rw / mount --all ...
It is possible that this is the last message you see and that the problem is something completely unrelated. So it looks like you build the PCC mailbox driver which is new in 3.19-rc and that driver fails to load, because it doesn't find hardware to work with. The message is harmless, but it also is not useful. The driver in question seems to be ...
Try to boot using the nomodeset option. To do this: Restart your computer and select Advanced Options from the grub menu Highlight the kernel that you want to boot into and press e to edit it. Find the line that says "quiet splash" and replace it with: "quiet splash nomodeset" press F10 to boot. Is it working?
I don't know why, but when I issue the following, sudo apt-get remove unity-lens-shopping and then followed a suggested sudo apt-get autoremove and after a system restart, the issue is resolved. Maybe somebody might explain to me why.
The message is harmless. In fact it is 2 messages First: ACPI PCC Probe failed It is a new built-in feature of the 3.19 kernel. It just states that it did not found some PCC software or hardware. I don't know much about it. Second: Starting version 219 This is a message from systemd, stating it is starting. You can safely ignore them.
This is not exactly an answer, is more like a helping hand I can give you. I wonted to use the "comment" section for this, but I need more characters than the standard 12. Well, I admit that personally I haven't encountered any such error. None that I remember of. So I can't give you any advice from my own experience. But I did a search on your error and ...
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