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I am experiencing a error on Ubuntu 12.10. I have installed Ubuntu 12.10 on my laptop. On every re-start I see a popup describing the error.

Below is the snapshot of the pop window. I do not know how to solve and overcome the error.

The error title:

 modem-manager crashed with SIGSEGC in mm_plugin_base_supports_task_complete()

Executable path

    /user/sbin/modem-manager

Package

    modemmanager 0.6.00.really-0ubuntu1   

Problem type

    crash

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Does the error give you any problems? If not, just click 'Ignore future problems of this type' and click Continue. It's probably a bug with no fix if you can't find any on Google. –  Ads20000 Apr 26 '13 at 8:52
    
@Ads20000 the OS works fine otherwise. I can ignore the error. I was just not sure if this is caused due to some package missing or something that is not executed properly. –  Raghunandan Apr 26 '13 at 8:54
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Well, normally dependencies are fine with default programs, so I assume that it is just something that wasn't executed properly. –  Ads20000 Apr 26 '13 at 8:58
    
@Ads20000 is there any fix if this is a bug. I had a option to report the same. I did. –  Raghunandan Apr 26 '13 at 9:51
    
It doesn't look like there is a fix sorry. –  Ads20000 Apr 26 '13 at 10:11

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Workaround to prevent the message appearing:

Press "Ignore Future Problem of This type", and you will prevent the message showing every time you do it. There is no known fix for this error found by searching.

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For those of you who edit my Answer: What is the problem being polite? It's not against the rules, neither any topics or information tells me to prevent being polite. Thanks –  denNorske Apr 26 '13 at 14:12

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