[lubuntu-users] "System problem detected"??
este.el.paz at gmail.com
Fri Jan 10 20:02:15 UTC 2020
OK, thanks for the reply . . . been awhile since I posted anything in Lu
devel . . . I think I was a "member" there but then wasn't??? But,
alrighty, in the future I'll look into posting there . . . I just see it as
"Lubuntu" based . . . as the GUI still says "19" and the desktop looks the
same, etc. : - )
I'll check into the /var/crash dealie, don't recall seeing any error about
a "crash" lately . . . overall 20 is trouble free for the end user such as
On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 10:23 AM Walter Lapchynski <wxl at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 09:43:09AM -0800, Fritz Hudnut wrote:
> > I saw something about "Compton compositer" in that same basic
> > area, and that was "unchecked" . . . ?? I thought that Compton is the
> > or less default compositer these days?
> Yep, but not enabled by default.
> > I did a Lu 20.04 upgrade a day or so back
> Generally, I wouldn't discuss the development release on the
> lubuntu-users list and would confine that to the lubuntu-devel list
> since the development release could be in all sorts of states of broken.
> I would also not expect stability from it.
> > system problem detected" error window opened, and … there isn't
> > any "would you like more information about this?" $tab to see what it is.
> This may because you had a program crash. Look in /var/crash. If there's
> anything there, you can just run `ubuntu-bug` against it. After that,
> make sure you delete anything in there otherwise you'll get the same
> harassing messages.
> @wxl | polka.bike
> C563 CAC5 8BE1 2F22 A49D
> 68F6 8B57 A48B C4F2 051A
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