Errors every time I boot

Tony Baechler - BATS bats at
Fri May 8 08:20:26 UTC 2015


This is probably not the problem, but what kernel version are you running?
What version of udev?  I know that older kernels won't work with new
versions of udev and presumably systemd.  If you want to experiment, install
upstart and let it remove systemd.  I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 server with
upstart and it seems fine.  Again, I'm just making random guesses here, but
I didn't see any other replies, so I thought I would chime in.  It could
very well not be a kernel issue.  You could also try reinstalling dbus.  If
you still have problems, try upgrading to the latest available kernel, which
I think is 3.16 from Utopic.  I'm sure others will have better ideas, but if
it was me, I would first try switching to upstart and making sure my udev
works with my kernel version.  Also, you could do a Google search and see if
it is an AMD problem (it's possible, but I don't think so) or install
amd64-microcode and see if that helps.

On 5/7/2015 8:08 AM, MR ZenWiz wrote:
> Running X14.04 on AMD Phenom II x6, on every single boot up, I get these errors:
> May  7 07:44:33 marbase kernel: [   13.722541] systemd-udevd[371]:
> Error calling EVIOCSKEYCODE: Invalid argument

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