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Error reports may reveal private information. If you were working on something that deals with confidential or sensitive information, you should not authorize the transmission of the error report. one cannot be sure who will access the error report, nor how well intentioned are the people that do access it. even if little information is included in the ...
You need to edit /etc/init.d/pptpd, and look for a line like: status_of_proc "$PIDFILE" "$DAEMON" ... And add -p before $PIDFILE: status_of_proc -p "$PIDFILE" "$DAEMON" ...
I suggest you remove all the instances you mention above. The correct way is: sudo -i echo "options forcedeth msi=0 msix=0" > /etc/modprobe.d/forcedeth.conf exit Upon reboot, the parameters will be applied. Whether they fix your exact issue is another question.
I think your best bet is to try to recover your password. You can do so by following the information given at the following page. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LostPassword You may want to print this out before rebooting your system, just in case you forget a step. Good luck
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.
The best place to file this would be against the ubuntu sdk: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-ui-toolkit
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.
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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