[lubuntu-users] Error: "system program problem" . . . report now?

Fritz Hudnut este.el.paz at gmail.com
Sat Jun 29 01:14:54 UTC 2019


Why don't you pastebin up /var/log/syslog and dmesg?

I was able to boot into U-MATE this morning and I looked through the dmesg
stuff there, but on reboot I couldn't scroll through the grub list so the
default boot went to Lubuntu . . . both of the dmesg show an "error"
because I didn't install the b43 module for wifi connectivity . . . which I
don't need because I use ethernet in this computer . . . so would that
"error" show up as the "system program problem" that is showing up in both
the U-MATE & Lubuntu systems?  Or, there would be another problem?

Only a few days back I could revive the ubuntu installs from suspend with a
key stroke or mouse click, but, now I have to use the power button . . . .

I looked at lsblk and it does show the three internal drives and the
partitions in them, but the first one is an SSD and it only is partitioned
for OSX 10.14 . . . formatted as APFS . . . and no data is showing up in
Gparted in that drive, so I don't know if Gparted just doesn't recognize
APFS . . . but, when that drive was the only one plugged in, nothing would
boot at all . . . .  So possibly there is nothing in there, or the EFI
partition was "tweaked" possibly by the Siduction upgrade situation awhile
back and it slowly choked off the life energy in the OSX install??

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