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I had the same problem today. I had to setup the connection manually via command line to get to the internet and then I upgraded Ubuntu. After the upgrade it works fine. If you have DHCP on your router and using the cable, just type the following two commands: sudo ifconfig eth0 up sudo dhclient It helped me to connect to the inernet and to update Ubuntu. ...


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I would personally start by running chrome in the foreground with the debug option from a terminal window and tee-ing the output to a file. That way when it does crash you'll have a complete log that ends presumably with information related to the crash. There are a zillion chrome command-line options but I would start with ones like --enable-logging


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I had the same problem after I fiddled around with the various themes. Especially the 'plastic' window decoration froze the entire desktop. Selectiing the default 'breeze' theme seems to have solved it. On a related note: when the desktop freezes, one can just kill the x-server by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Backspace> (provided the option is set in 'System ...


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The solution proposed by 'nobody' hasn't worked for me as my computer was unable to connect via ethernet and "sudo dhclient" didn't give any output. This worked for me: Solution if you're unable to connect via ethernet. The step 2 proposed by 'r2rien' worked as a charm and it is really simple, just download the three files (libnl, libnl-genl, libnl-route) ...


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On the Login page press ctrl+alt+f1 and use your login credentials to log into the TTY. Then do: sudo dpkg -r <packagename> sudo apt-get -f install # now check if all runs smootly sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade reboot If this will not work you have to access the machine via the rescue options root. To do this press shift when the ...


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It depend to your graphic model and driver but usually these enviroment are stable in most cumputers 1-Xfce 2-Mate 3-Lxde


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Try sudo swapoff -a && systemctl poweroffas a workaround for now. There is a potential fix in Xenial-proposed in the systemd 229-4ubuntu5 package. Go to your System Settings->Software and Updates->Developer Options tab click the box next to Pre-release (xenial-proposed). enter your root pwd, Refresh the cache. Updates tab use "display updates ...


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Tdenham. I have the same situation. I just updated the system from 14.04 to 16.04 with do-release-upgrade -d. If you don't have direct access to the system, and you really need to reboot, you might try hard reset as a workaround (as described here: https://major.io/2009/01/29/linux-emergency-reboot-or-shutdown-with-magic-commands/) echo 1 > ...


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You have misconfigured or messedup with xorg while tweaking your system Solution: Try to enter with someother user Like Guest if, Yes then Logout guest and press Ctrl+Alt+F2 to enter your Terminal mode. Login with your user which has sudo powers Create a new user and add this user to sudo group sudo adduser username sudo adduser username sudo now ...


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This is most likely the bug described here, that is, an incompatibility between stdlibc++ versions. Workaround, from the Mathworks support thread linked above: Identify the location where MATLAB is installed Navigate to the sys/os/glnxa64 directory within this installation folder Rename libstdc++.so.6 library to libstdc++.so.6.old It worked ...



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