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I'm brand new to Linux and having trouble (I presume) with my cable modem. I have Internet access, but ever since I configured my network settings through the GUI, I am constantly getting messages on the command line interface. I am in a Linux class and trying to practice with the command line interface, but this is highly distracting. The messages are identical except for one part, the number at the end changes each time:

usb-uhci.c: interrupt, status 3, frame # 148

Other numbers at the end include 1060, 1980, 844, 1756, 628, 1540, 404, 1324, and so on. I am assuming this is attributed to the cable modem since it is connected through a usb port and the messages began right after I configured the modem.

Help please!
This doesn't fix the problem ... but it might redirect the errors to another place...

edit the file /etc/syslog.conf and anything going to /dev/console, instead point to /var/log/console_messages

then issue the command:

touch /var/log/console_messages
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