You do realize that the devs (the people who put Ubuntu together) do not read the forums. This place is for us, the users, to help each other.
The angels have the phone box!
I found this same "warning" message in my logs. What does it mean? What is Avahi? Is there a "native api of avahi" in the repositories? I have not found anything, but I may not be looking in the right place...
Is that application possibly cupsd rather than cpusd?
Is there a problem with the application not working as expected? To me the message seems to be simply stating that the app is using a "compatibility layer" rather than the native (linux) api. This appears to be just an information message, not an error or even a warning to worry about. Where did this message appear?
There are no dumb questions, just dumb answers.
Well, on my part my HP LaserJet P1006 stopped working after an update so I looked around my logs and thought maybe that was the problem
...and so... after a bit of fiddling around, I "unshared" my printer and got rid of that message in my user.log...but the printer still won't work
Last edited by chubbtech; June 24th, 2008 at 08:04 PM.