[ubuntu-us-mo] Ubuntu-us-mo Digest, Vol 5, Issue 1
jnovinger at truman.edu
Wed Nov 7 05:27:02 GMT 2007
I have had the same sort of problem on my desktop. Seems to happen
when I get to a page in Firefox that does anything substantial with
black screen, however. Once, I realized that I still had an SSH
session open into that machine that was still active. I dug around a
little bit, but couldn't really find anything about what had happened.
Most likely because I didn't know where to look.
Glad to see I am not the only one with the problem. I haven't gotten
around to installing the debug package, but mean to over the next week
Let me know if you find anything or if you file a bug report.
Free Software Club of Kirksville
On 11/6/07, Matthew Copple <mcopple at kcopensource.org> wrote:
> I have had only one major problem. Twice now, while Firefox has been
> open, Ubuntu just froze hard. I can't get to a virtual terminal, Ctrl-C
> does nothing, it won't even trap Ctrl-Alt-Backspace. Eventually, after
> about three or four minutes, the screen will black out and will never
> come back. I have to reboot to get back. When I reopen Firefox, it will
> not remember the session that it froze on.
> It is an incredibly strange and random problem, and without being able
> to transfer to a virtual terminal, I can't get enough info to open a bug
> report. I think tomorrow I will enable ssh and see if I can log into the
> system remotely when it happens and take some snapshots of ps and log
> files before rebooting.
> It has only happened twice to me, so I am not overly concerned about it,
> but it is an annoyance to have to reboot.
> On Tue, 2007-11-06 at 09:26 -0600, Jesse C. Slicer wrote:
> > I can happily say that my Pentium 4 laptop has had Vista erased from
> > it for all time and replaced with Gutsy. Everything has been working
> > without a hitch with the exception of my first test in which I
> > installed a couple of restricted drivers -- one for the ATI video card
> > in the lappy and the other for the built-in modem; it kept me from
> > being able to boot up at all. But since then, smooooooooth as silk.
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