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I'm seeing the following log entry in system.log 7-9 times a second:
Oct 22 11:00:00 pbair-paulywalnutz-com kernel[0]: ttyioss9000003: enqueueData rtn (e00002d8)
I've tried googling and checked discussions here but can't find anything that seems to be related.
I don't think it's affecting my PB all that much but it is definitely not right and I would like to fix it.
Please let me know any information I might post that would help diagnose, etc...
Thanks,
Paul

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I contacted technical support for Software-Systeme (what the company is not called Bresink as I posted earlier).
They replied promptly with what seems to be the answer…
Hardware Monitor Support wrote:
The error message indicates that you have configured Hardware Monitor
to send its current readings to an external LCD display box. However,
this box appears to have a technical problem or you have no such device
connected. To switch this off, open "Preferences > LCD Module", select
the USB device and set "Configure for display type" to "No display".
This works for me and stops the logs filling with the messages. I'm not sure when I set the LCD display settings, but I imagine it was when I was learning what the settings do.
Just select the items in the top 'lcd module settings' table and set them to no display.
Drew

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