[ubuntu-za] Evoution problem
sudhashen at ixion.co.za
Tue Nov 25 18:10:39 GMT 2008
I don't know what the solution your problem is as I don't use evolution. However one of the ways you can try and troubleshoot is to look at your log files - /var/log/messages. Also look in the log directory for a possible evolution directory-some applications have their own log files.
Your could also consider switching to thunderbird with all its groovy extensions! Can't do without mine.
From: Bill Cairns
To: Ubuntu South African Local Community
ReplyTo: Ubuntu South African Local Community
Sent: Nov 25, 2008 19:42
Subject: [ubuntu-za] Evoution problem
I wonder if anyone recognizes this? It seems that if I leave my system (8.10) unattended for a few hours, Evolution stops responding. It sort of gives a white screen with the vertical and horizontal bars showing but nothing else. If I kill Evolution, everything goes on fine and I can load it again with no problems. But if I try and do anything else, the whole system just freezes.
I have no other problems with the system and am ashamed to mention this outside the Ubuntu community. After all I am the guy who boasted about his Ubuntu system running for 3 weeks without a boot until a power failure forced one. (I have started shutting my machine down lately to save power ...) --
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