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Short version: Visit the original bug (the one your bug has been marked a duplicate of) Add /+subscribe to the end of the URL and follow the instructions Long version: Locate the unsubscribe link on the bug page: Visit the original bug (the one your bug has been marked a duplicate of) Scroll down and look on the right for a box that starts "You are ...


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Same thing happened here on my thinkpad T440. I disabled two finger scrolling, restarted and then re-enabled it. It did the trick


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I had this same problem of error dialogs appearing at launch of the desktop. I used krunner to show system activity (ctrl+esc on my Kubuntu). Then I found the "system-crash-notification" process and worked my way up the process tree using "jump to parent" from the right-click menu. For me it was lightdm at the top of the tree. So I tried re-installing ...


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Do you know how to enter BIOS setup and look for the Power Management settings? Maybe there are some settings starting with "Wake-on-...", which you could try to disable. I think that possibly a device (keyboard, mouse, lan, usb, ...) is waking the machine up for any reason. If you think you know what I'm talking about, try disabling one of those enabled ...


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You could first of all check whether in your "System Settings" > "Mouse and Touchpad" configuration there is a tick at "Two-finger-scrolling". If not, the update seems to have changed the setting (or maybe something/somebody else?) and you can just reenable it. If it is set or if it can' be selected or doesn't appear at all, you might have a more difficult ...


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That honestly sounds like a hardware issue, do you have a dualboot config set up, or a prior edition of Ubuntu to load and test?


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The intention is that you would run ubuntu-bug <package>. Given that this isn't clear to you so you had the question, I'd say that there is a separate bug in Apport here, which is that the error message isn't being helpful to you.


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Before you try the next key combination, please remember that Ctrl+Alt+F7 brings you back. Remember? Really? OK, then: If the Ubuntu GUI doesn't show up or freezes just use Ctrl+Alt+F1 to switch to a terminal. You should have pressed Ctrl+Alt+F7 to see this message again. It is the easiest solution, but not permanent, after that your Ubuntu can continue ...



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