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I'm using the "Feedback" app: https://appstore.bhdouglass.com/app/com.ubuntu.developer.nskaggs.feedback You can find, and install it, from App Store. BR.


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The best place to file this would be against the ubuntu sdk: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-ui-toolkit


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Sounds like you might be hitting this bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nuntium/+bug/1417976 There are some questions being asked in that bug that perhaps you can provide answers for to help us debug. Thanks.


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This is all great and fine. But for a noob or anyone who is not accustomed to CLI it doesn't make the problem any less bothersome. Here is the solution that worked for me. Completely remove Light Locker using Synaptic Package Manager Install Gnome Screensaver from the Ubuntu Software Center Restart the computer


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Strangely, one day when I fresh installed Xubuntu, that problem stopped. Still, if this happen, try using the following tip: Get into the command line using Ctrl+Alt+F1. Put your credentials user/password. Write the following: sudo service lightdm restart So it will take you back to the login screen. Hope that helps! (It's not a fix for this problem, ...


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It's a part of the GTK+ toolkit. File a bug for the package libgtk-3-0


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I've found a solution here: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=187624 You have to disable USB 3.0 in BIOS


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There are two ways of reporting a bug: If your desktop is still accessible: ubuntu-bug. Otherwise: Launchpad. You can make a guess of which package to report against by using the "Synaptic Package Manager" application. On the other hand, in the worst case, you can simply report against "linux".


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According to Ubuntu Documentation feature requests should be submitted to ubuntu-devel-discuss mailing list.


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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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