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To know Objective of Ubuntu read the bug no 1 description, and you'll get it all. These are Objectives of Ubuntu: Quoted from Bug#1 Description Our work is driven by a belief that software should be free and accessible to all. "Ubuntu software is free. Always was, always will be. Free software gives everyone the freedom to use it however they want and ...
You can look through the things that went wrong on the splash screen, if you, as I remember, press UP/DOWN to toggle "text" boot mode. It will hide usual ubuntu greeting logo and display inline info messages: search for warn or error.
You can report the bugs in Launchpad. Also read the ReportingBugs wiki to know more about bug reporting (including how to generate log files).
I also faced the same problem. I solved it in the following way. Become root using sudo --i .Give your password. Then do echo "blacklist mei_me" > /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf. Then type exit. After that reboot. On rebooting you might get an error Error: Driver 'pcspkr' is already registered, aborting. Then again follow the steps 1-3 , with the ...
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