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You should run ubuntu-bug linux in a terminal to report a bug against the kernel. As ubuntu-bug is not a normal application itself, when you search for ubunu-bug in the dash, the first result will be Ubuntu Software Center and when you press Enter, it will be launched. To run ubuntu-bug from the dash, you will need to press Alt+F2 to bring up the run entry, ...


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It seems this is because of faulty RAM. I had the same problem on 12.04. I had bad RAM. When I removed it, the problem seemed to go away. I tried another 1 GB DIMM and the problem appeared again. I removed the 2nd DIMM and the problem continued periodically. I looked in /var/crash but I don't see segmentation faults in the crash output. Just very hard to ...


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If the programs come from the official repositories, then yes, you submit bug reports to launchpad.net. In the case of packages in the universe pocket, they generally receive less attention and so may not be fixed by someone in the Ubuntu world, but hopefully someone ( and you yourself could jump in and do this ) will forward the bug to the upstream ...


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If you really want to disable this alert/notification, you need to disable apport which is the crash reporting program of Ubuntu. apport messages are generated from the logs in /var/crash/, so first try to remove all the files in that directory by sudo rm /var/crash/* and then reboot the computer. If you want to disable these alerts permanently you need ...


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Try running sudo rm /var/crash/* in a terminal Answer source



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