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SubjectRe: help - ide1 kernel messages forever!
Search for a process named autorun or magicdev and kill it ... remove autorun
start from startkde ...
After that the mysterious messages will go away.

Aaron Lehmann wrote:
> Hi,
> I installed redhat 6.1 on a brand new HP Pavilion for my dad. (He's going
> directly from macintosh to gnome for his work - wow.) Just about
> everything has gone flawlessly, and the Pavilion seems like a great,
> modern sub-$600 pc with wonderful linux compatability. However, about
> every minute, a message appears in the kernel log stating:
> VFS: Disk change detected on device ide1(22,0)
> I don't get it. I don't know of anything that should cause this. The only
> device on ide1 is a cdrom drive which has never been used. Can anyone
> sugest how I might disable these messages? I'm running the redhat kernel
> becuase everything seems to work fine right now, but if necessary I will
> compile a clean "linus" kernel.

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